Interference Analysis for a Network of Time-Multiplexed Small Aperture Satellite Terminals

  title={Interference Analysis for a Network of Time-Multiplexed Small Aperture Satellite Terminals},
  author={Vijitha Weerackody},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
Small aperture satellite terminals have larger beamwidths, so they may result in higher interference levels to victim satellite links. Before large-scale deployment of these terminals, it is necessary to quantify the interference from these terminals. A detailed analysis is presented of interference generated from a network of small aperture satellite terminals that may operate with antenna pointing errors and use a time-division multiple access (TDMA) protocol. The analysis presented here… CONTINUE READING


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