Intelligent Weather Aware Scheme for Satellite Systems

@article{Harb2008IntelligentWA,
  title={Intelligent Weather Aware Scheme for Satellite Systems},
  author={K. Harb and C. Huang and A. Srinivasan and Brian Cheng},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2008},
  pages={1930-1936}
}
  • K. Harb, C. Huang, +1 author Brian Cheng
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications
  • Rain, snow, gaseous, cloud, fog, scintillation and other atmospheric properties can have a distorting effect on signal fidelity of Ku and Ka bands, thus resulting in excessive digital transmission error. This loss of signal is commonly referred to as signal attenuation. Signal attenuation impacts the QoS in wireless and satellite networks. Accurately predicting channel attenuation due to atmospheric conditions can enable mitigation planning by adaptively selecting appropriate modulation, coding… CONTINUE READING
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