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Defocussing characteristics of the ACTS, T1-VSAT earth terminal antennas
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Kevin M. Lambert and Walter M. Strickler.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106420., NASA technical memorandum -- 106420.|
|Contributions||Strickler, Walter M., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
VSAT stands for Very Small Aperture Terminal. A VSAT phone is a satellite communications devise Asked in Microsoft Windows, Windows Server , Active Directory. Earth terminal antennas are highly directional, high-gain antennas capable of transmitting and receiving signals simultaneously. Generally, large, high-gain, parabolic antennas are used. Generally speaking, three sizes of parabolic-type antennas are currently in use at earth terminal sites.
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Defocussing Characteristics of the ACTS, T1-VSAT Earth Terminal Antennas Kevin M. Lambert Analex Corporation Brook Park, Ohio and Walter M. Strickler Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio January (NASA-TM-IO64ZO) DEFOCUSSING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ACTS, TI-VSAT EARTH TERMINAL ANTENNAS (NASA.
Lewis Research Center) 54 p G3/32 N This report describes a study, the purpose of which was to determine the characteristics of two reflector antennas, as the reflector feed is moved away from the focus.
The antennas are a meter and a meter reflector that will be used in the T1-VSAT earth terminals for the Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS).
These terminals have been constructed in such a Author: Kevin M. Lambert, Walter M. Strickler. Get this from a library. Defocussing characteristics of the ACTS, T1-VSAT earth terminal antennas.
[Kevin M Lambert; Walter M Strickler; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The antennas are a meter and a meter reflector that will be used in the T1-VSAT earth terminals for the Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS).
These terminals have been constructed in such a way that is inconvenient to use attenuators to control the gain of the signal that is directed toward the : Kevin M. Lambert, Walter M. Strickler. The antennas are a meter and a meter reflector that will be used in the T1-VSAT earth terminals for the Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS).
These terminals have been constructed in such a way that is inconvenient to use attenuators to control the gain of the signal that is directed toward the : Walter M.
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38) Which type of ground wave travels over the earth surface by acquiring direct path through air from transmitting to receiving antennas.
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Antenna Fundamentals Fortunately, most characteristics of a transmitting antenna (e.g., its radiation pattern) are unchanged when the antenna is used for receiving, so we often use the analysis of a transmitting antenna to understand a receiving historically the conducting plane for vertical antennas was the surface of the Earth.
The. Free space loss, ideal isotropic antenna •P t = signal power at transmitting antenna •P r = signal power at receiving antenna •λ = carrier wavelength •d = propagation distance between antennas •c = speed of light (≈ 3 x m/s) where d and λ are in the same units (e.g., meters) ()() 2 2 2 42 4 c d fd P P r t.
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