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Destination-directed, packet-switching architecture for 30/20-GHz FDMA/TDM geostationary communications satellite network

@inproceedings{Ivancic1991DestinationdirectedPA,
  title={Destination-directed, packet-switching architecture for 30/20-GHz FDMA/TDM geostationary communications satellite network},
  author={W. Ivancic and Mary Jo W. Shalkhauser},
  year={1991}
}
A destination-directed packet switching architecture for a 30/20-GHz frequency division multiple access/time division multiplexed (FDMA/TDM) geostationary satellite communications network is discussed. Critical subsystems and problem areas are identified and addressed. Efforts have concentrated heavily on the space segment; however, the ground segment has been considered concurrently to ensure cost efficiency and realistic operational constraints. 
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