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Advances in Satellite Communications

Edited by Masoumeh Karimi and Yuri Labrador, ISBN 978-953-307-562-4, 194 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published July 27, 2011 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/838

Satellite communication systems are now a major part of most telecommunications networks as well as our everyday lives through mobile personal communication systems and broadcast television. A sound understanding of such systems is therefore important for a wide range of system designers, engineers and users. This book provides a comprehensive review of some applications that have driven this growth. It analyzes various aspects of Satellite Communications from Antenna design, Real Time applications, Quality of Service (QoS), Atmospheric effects, Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Networks, Sensor Networks and High Capacity Satellite Links. It is the desire of the authors that the topics selected for the book can give the reader an overview of the current trends in Satellite Systems, and also an in depth analysis of the technical aspects of each one of them.

Dr. Masoumeh Karimi

Dr. Masoumeh Karimi received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Tehran, and her Master’s and Ph.D. degree from the Florida International University, all in Electrical Engineering, major in Telecommunications. She has also had several years of practical work experience in Wireless Communications Industry. She is currently a Faculty member at Technological University of America. She is the author/co-author of several journal papers, conference publications, and technical articles. She has also served on the program organizing committees of several International Conferences and NSF/IEEE Workshops; such as WTASA, Globecom, ICC, CAMAD, ICNS, and PSATS. Her interest areas include Satellite Communications, Cellular Networks, Crossbar Switches, and Mobile Ad-hoc Networks.

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  • Advances in Satellite Communications

    Satellite communication systems are now a major part of most telecommunications networks as well as our everyday lives through mobile personal communication systems and broadcast television. A sound understanding of such systems is therefore important for a wide range of system designers, engineers and users. This book provides a comprehensive review of some applications that have driven this growth. It analyzes various aspects of Satellite Communications from Antenna design, Real Time applications, Quality of Service (QoS), Atmospheric effects, Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Networks, Sensor Networks and High Capacity Satellite Links. It is the desire of the authors that the topics selected for the book can give the reader an overview of the current trends in Satellite Systems, and also an in depth analysis of the technical aspects of each one of them.

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