Concept-level Analytical Procedures for Loading Nonprocessing Communication Satellites with Nonantijam Signals
This report presents the analytical procedures and mathematical formulations required to construct a computer model of a military communication satellite system, load it efficiently with the radio signals required to support an operational scenario, and assess its vulnerability to jamming.
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Concept-Level Analytical Procedures for Loading Nonprocessing Commnunication ...
Edward Bedrosian,Gaylord Huth
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ampliﬁer amplitude antenna gain AWGN BPSK and QPSK carrier Chan Channel code rate communication satellite communication satellite systems Conﬁgurations for Users considered constant-envelope noise coupling losses coupling network coverage area data rate deﬁned demultiplexer denote desired signal downlink jammer EIRP downlink margin DSCS III Earth coverage earth stations earth terminal edge of coverage edge-of-coverage EIRP required equal Figure B.1 ﬁrst ﬁxed frequency-translating guard bands hard limiter interference interference-to-signal interfering signal intermodulation products loop bandwidth loss of lock military Multibeam antenna noise jammer noise temperature on-axis operation output backoff output power path length Payload Conﬁguration Phase Shift Keying phase-locked loop power spectral density QPSK signals RAND receiving antennas result RF signals satellite receiver saturated scenario shown in Figure signal-to-noise ratio signals IF signals signiﬁcant small-signal suppression speciﬁed sufﬁcient transmitting antennas transponder gain TWTA TWTA or SSPA typical uplink and downlink uplink EIRP