NGSO Constellation Design for Global Connectivity

@article{LeyvaMayorga2022NGSOCD,
  title={NGSO Constellation Design for Global Connectivity},
  author={Israel Leyva-Mayorga and Beatriz Soret and Bho Matthiesen and Maik Roper and D. W{\"u}bben and Armin Dekorsy and Petar Popovski},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2203.16597}
}
Israel Leyva-Mayorga∗, Beatriz Soret∗†, Bho Matthiesen‡§, Maik Röper‡, Dirk Wübben‡, Armin Dekorsy‡, and Petar Popovski∗§ ∗Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark ∗Telecommunications Research Institute (TELMA), University of Malaga, Malaga, Spain ‡Gauss-Olbers Center, c/o University of Bremen, Dept. of Communications Engineering, Germany §University of Bremen, U Bremen Excellence Chair, Dept. of Communications Engineering, Germany 
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