Propagation Phenomena and Modeling I E E E E C O M M U N I C a T I O N S

@inproceedings{PanagopoulosPropagationPA,
  title={Propagation Phenomena and Modeling I E E E E C O M M U N I C a T I O N S},
  author={Athanasios D. Panagopoulos and Pantelis-Daniel M. Arapoglou and Panayotis G. Cottis}
}
n the past decade, new and demanding satellite applications evolved, leading to spectral congestion of the conventional frequency bands allocated for satellite services, namely L (1/2GHz), S (2/4GHz), and C (4/6GHz). Among the recent developments in the satellite industry, one can single out the proliferation of VSAT/USAT (very/ultra small aperture terminals) systems destined primarily for data applications, the provision of direct-to-home (DTH) services by Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS… CONTINUE READING