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    Peter Pollock
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For low earth orbit (LEO) satellite GPS receivers, space-based augmentation system (SBAS) ephemeris/clock corrections can be applied to improve positioning accuracy in real time.

For low earth orbit (LEO) satellite GPS receivers, space-based augmentation system (SBAS) ephemeris/clock corrections can be applied to improve positioning accuracy in real time. Two time series forecasting models, autoregressive moving average (ARMA) and autoregressive (AR), are proposed to predict the corrections outside the service area

The low-Earth orbit of the DMSP and TIMED satellites allows for tomographic reconstruction of altitude versus longitude . 1] Data assimilation processes aim to combine measurement data with background models in an optimal way.

The low-Earth orbit of the DMSP and TIMED satellites allows for tomographic reconstruction of altitude versus longitude bubble cross sections from UV disk images. GUVI is at an altitude of 625 km in an orbit that precesses through all local solar times in just 60 days, and SSUSI is at an altitude of 830 km in a fixed 0800/2000 local solar time orbit.

Satellite-based global quantum secure communication is the challenge of telecommunication

Satellite-based global quantum secure communication is the challenge of telecommunication. It is necessary to face the interaction between infrared wave and the atmosphere. By numerical analyzing the atmospheric attenuation between earth-based station and low earth orbit satellite, it is shown that, when the visibility is below 5km, atmospheric attenuation is obvious on earth-satellite path. Calculation of effect of turbulent atmosphere on infrared wave is shown that, the atmospheric attenuation from low earth orbit satellite to earth based station is about 6dB when clear condition.

SUMMARY In a low earth orbiting satellite constellation of communication satellites, the so-called .

To evaluate the performance of this scheme, we developed a model based on macroscopic SD to describe the probability density function of the maximum elevation angles from an earth station to each visible satellite.

spheric measurements, low-earth orbit, satellite commu-. nication, satellite communication earth terminals, satellite. It relies on a model to simulate meteorological fields in space and in time initially designed to evaluate the propagation impairments for fixed satellite system.

For low earth orbit satellite global positioning systems (GPS) receivers . A mathematical model is presented that defines and characterizes signal propagation delay in the DDM.

For low earth orbit satellite global positioning systems (GPS) receivers, ionospheric delay corrections from space-based augmentation system (SBAS) can be considered for real-time use. Due to the different total electron contents between ground and low altitude orbits, a scaling factor is required to adjust the ionospheric corrections. A method for kinematic point positioning of satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO) based on single frequency GPS measurements is discussed.

A Model to Predict Diffraction Attentuation Resulting from Signal Propagation Over Terrain in Low Earth Orbit Satellite Systems (No. Afit/gso/eng/01M-01). AIR Force inst of tech wright-patterson afb oh school of engineering and management.

Signals from the Global Positioning System are constantly being scattered off the entire Earth's surface. These signals can be detected from airplanes, surface platforms and in Low Earth orbit and are known to contain information on the oceans

Signals from the Global Positioning System are constantly being scattered off the entire Earth's surface. These signals can be detected from airplanes, surface platforms and in Low Earth orbit and are known to contain information on the oceans. Recently, a new opportunity to study GPS reflections in space has been realized with the launch in October 2003 of the United Kingdom's Disaster Monitoring Constellation (UK-DMC) satellite. The UK- DMC carries a dedicated GPS reflections receiver and a custom designed downward facing antenna.

A model was created to determine power levels arriving at the satellite to. .Charged particles in the atmosphere slow the propagation of radio signals. As a result of known inaccuracies of the ITU-R scintillation model, its effect is not included in the analysis.

A model was created to determine power levels arriving at the satellite to provide confidence in the ADS-B receiver and antenna proposed for CanX-7. Faraday rotation is not significant as the satellite will have a circular polarized antenna.

The project MOST consists of a low Earth orbiting (LEO) satellite and three ground . Antennas and Propagation for Wireless Communication Systems.

The project MOST consists of a low Earth orbiting (LEO) satellite and three ground stations, one of them in Vienna. The Vienna ground station system was set up at the Institute for Astronomy of the University of Vienna in cooperation with the Institute of Communications and Radio-Frequency Engineering of the Vienna University of Technology. cle{Cakaj2006RainAA, title {Rain Attenuation at Low Earth Orbiting Satellite Ground Station}, author {Shk{"e}lzen Cakaj and Kresimir Malaric}, journal {Proceedings ELMAR 2006}, year {2006}, pages {247-250} }. Shkëlzen Cakaj, Kresimir Malaric.

This is a AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A030293. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: This study focused on multipath communication propagation impairments to the LEOSAT communications channel. Two terrain diffraction models, based on the geometric theory of diffraction (GTD), were developed and applied to the space-to-ground communications channel. These models were used to predict the impact of terrain on the performance of three LEOSAT communication systems with designs based on the Iridium, Globalstar and Orbcomm implementations. The study verified the feasibility of applying models based on the GTD rather than empirical or statistical models, to approximate the effect of propagating signals over terrain. Both models confirm that signal blockage and multipath propagation, due to terrain diffraction, can be significant considerations for designers and users of such systems.