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Downlink Analysis and Evaluation of Multi-Beam LEO Satellite Communication in Shadowed Rician Channels

@inproceedings{Kim2022DownlinkAA,
  title={Downlink Analysis and Evaluation of Multi-Beam LEO Satellite Communication in Shadowed Rician Channels},
  author={Eunsun Kim and Ian P. Roberts and Jeffrey G. Andrews},
  year={2022}
}
The extension of wide area wireless connectivity to low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite communication systems demands a fresh look at the effects of in-orbit base stations, sky-to-ground propagation, and cell planning. A multi-beam LEO satellite delivers widespread coverage by forming multiple spot beams that tessellate cells over a given region on the surface of the Earth. In doing so, overlapping spot beams introduce interference when delivering downlink concurrently in the same area using the… 

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