How to Select Antenna Front-End Components for Non-GEO Space Applications

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  • Author: Jim Ryan
We have lived with satellite technology for over 60 years. Even though the early satellites were launched to low Earth orbit (LEO)i due to launch and size limitations, we are most familiar with satellites in geosynchronous Earth orbit (GEO)ii where they have provided multiple key services such as telecom, satellite TV, Earth observation, and of course a range of services for governments and their military. However, a major shift has occurred to now position LEO and medium Earth orbit (MEO) iii as the most attractive orbits for a range of large constellations offering a range of data-based services (satcom, Earth observation and mapping, navigation and positioning etc.).
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