2 edition of Optical technologies for communication satellite applications found in the catalog.
Optical technologies for communication satellite applications
by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering in Bellingham, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||Kul Bhasin, chairman/editor ; presented in cooperation with Aamerican Assocation of Physicists in Medicine...[et. al.].|
|Series||Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 616|
|Contributions||Bhasin, K. B., American Association of Physicists in Medicine.|
|LC Classifications||TK5104 O68 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
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Optical technologies for communication satellite applications. Bellingham, Wash., USA: SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Optical technologies for communication satellite applications book / Contributors: K B Bhasin; American Association of Physicists in Medicine.; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
Optical Wireless Communications for Broadband Global Internet Connectivity: Fundamental and Potential Applications provides a comprehensive overview for readers who require information about the fundamental science behind optical wireless communications, as well as up-to-date advanced knowledge of the state-of-the-art technologies available.
Optical technologies for communication satellite applications. Bellingham, Wash., USA: SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Shen-En Qian is a senior scientist and technical authority at the Canadian Space Agency. He is an internationally recognized expert in optical spacecraft payloads, space technologies for satellite missions and deep space exploration, remote sensing, satellite signal processing and enhancement, on-board satellite data compression, data handling and international standards.
Arun K. Majumdar, in Optical Wireless Communications for Broadband Global Internet Connectivity, Satellite Lasercom Demonstration Experiments in Japan. This section describes recent demonstrations of satellite-based optical communications in Japan reported by researchers at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT).
This book focuses on optical wireless communications (OWC), an emerging technology with huge potential for the provision of pervasive and reliable next-generation communications networks. It shows how the development of novel and efficient wireless technologies can contribute to Brand: Springer International Publishing.
Optical communication, also known as optical telecommunication, is communication at a distance using light to carry information. It can be performed visually or by using electronic earliest basic forms of optical communication date back several millennia, while the earliest electrical device created to do so was the photophone, invented in In Broadband Cable TV Access Networks: From Technologies to Applications, Intel Corporation expert Shlomo Ovadia explains the operation of cable television networks for the benefit of network designers, operations engineers, and people engaged in designing cable modems and other equipment.
The approach in this book is detailed and specialized Cited by: The book series in Optical Networks and Optical Communication Systems encompasses both optical communications and networks, including both theoretical and applied topics.
The series describes current advances at the cutting edge of the field and is aimed especially at industry practitioners, researchers, and doctoral students. Laser communication in space is free-space optical communication in outer space.
In outer space, the communication range of free-space optical communication is currently of the order of several thousand kilometers, suitable for inter-satellite has the potential to bridge interplanetary distances of millions of kilometers, using optical telescopes as beam expanders.
century, satellite technologies and applications have continuously evolved in response to our ever changing way of life; in turn, many people have come to depend on satellites in their daily lives. This chapter provides an overview of the hist ory, evolution, and current developments of commercial communication satellite systems and technologies.
The Electronic Communications application allows the knowledge of the electronic communications systems, the electronic circuits that are used and the most used technological applications.
Electronic communication is an essential application for students of electronics, electrical and telecommunications professionals.
It is a bilingual application made in Spanish /5(23). Another important application for optical fiber is the biomedical industry. Fiber-optic systems are used in most modern telemedicine devices for transmission of digital diagnostic images.
Other applications for optical fiber include space, military, automotive, and the industrial sector. Handbook of Satellite Applications. Editors (view affiliations) Joseph N. Pelton The handbook is a completely multi-disciplinary reference book that covers, in an in-depth fashion, the fields of satellite telecommunications, Earth observation, remote sensing, satellite navigation, geographical information systems, and geosynchronous.
Among the services that satellites can provide for disaster risk management and emergency response are weather forecasting, remote sensing, geo-positioning, navigation, television and ments onboard satellites circling the Earth are designed to cover specific wavelength ranges of the electromagnetic spectrum in order to capture images, atmospheric.
Passive optical network (PON) technologies have become an important broadband access technology as a result of the growing demand for bandwidth-hungry video-on. Satellite communications (SatCom) plays a vital role in ensuring seamless access to telecommunications services anytime, and is a viable option for delivering telecommunication services in a wide range of sectors such as aeronautical, military, maritime, rescue and disaster relief.
It should be an important component of 5G-and-beyond wireless architectures as it can. Satellite communications is the use of satellite technology in the field of communications.
The services provided by satellite communications are voice and video calling, internet, fax, television and radio channels. Satellite communications can provide communication capabilities spanning long distances and can operate under circumstances or.
Obviously, the data rate, quality of service delivered, and transceiver technologies employed have improved greatly from those early optical wireless technologies.
In its many applications, optical wireless communication links have already succeeded in becoming part of our everyday lives at our homes and offices. Optical communication is any type of communication in which light is used to carry the signal to the remote end, instead of electrical current.
Optical communication relies on optical fibers to carry signals to their destinations. A modulator/demodulator, a transmitter/receiver, a light signal and a transparent channel are the building blocks.
In the optical communication systems, when a range of wavelengths, ∆λ is emitted from the light source, these wavelengths propagate along the optical fiber with different velocities and arrive Author: Govind P Agrawal.Suggested Citation: "6 Communication Technology and Telenetworking." National Research Council.
Emerging Needs and Opportunities for Human Factors Research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Among the more significant events in the recent history of long-distance communication have been the building of.Best Readings in Optical Wireless Communications Optical wireless communications (OWC) has witnessed a revival recently among researchers in both academia and industry.
The main reason for this resurgence is the exhausted radio-frequency (RF) spectrum, which is getting too crowded to handle the increasingly high demand for data rates.