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This paper discusses the design, development, testing, and demonstration of a highly miniaturized, battery operated, digital wireless camera. The miniature wireless camera receives commands transmittedfrom a remote base station requesting it to take one or more frames of data, and broadcasts the digital image data to the base station receiver for display.(More)
The development of the Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS) Mobile Terminal (AMT) and its follow-on, the Broadband Aeronautical Terminal (BAT), have provided an excellent testbed for the evaluation of K-and Ka-band mobile satellite communications systems. Such systems have proven viable for many different commercial and government(More)
This paper will discuss the design of, and experiments with, the ACTS Broadband Aeronautical Terminal. As part of the ongoing effort to investigate commercial applications of ACTS technologies, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and various industry/government partners are developing a broadband mobile terminal for aeronautical applications. The ACTS(More)
The Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS) Mobile Terminal (AMT) is a proof-of-concept K/Ka-band mobile satellite communications terminal under development by NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Currently the AMT is undergoing system integration and test in preparation for a July 1993 ACTS launch and the subsequent commencement of mobile(More)
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been involved in the development of an experimental K-(20 GHz) and Ka-band (30 GHz) satellite known as the Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS). The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has been commissioned to develop two different mobile satellite communication (satcom) terminals to(More)
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