Satellite Communication Systems

Satellite Communication Systems. Instructor: Prof. Kalyan Kumar Bandyopadhyay, Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. Satellite communication is a form of wireless communication that covers large area and long distance using satellites as repeaters. Course prerequisite is digital communication. In this course the participants will get the basic technical knowledge of orbital dynamics, subsystems used in space segment and ground segment, power and bandwidth requirement, effect of the transmission medium, other impairments and techniques to mitigate them, regulatory aspects and standards, and some value added examples. (from

Lecture 40 - Satellite Navigation (cont.)

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Lecture 01 - Introduction
Lecture 02 - Orbit: Laws of Planetary Motion
Lecture 03 - Orbit: Elevation Angle, Range and Look Angle, Satellite Visibility
Lecture 04 - Orbit: How to Launch Satellites into Orbit
Lecture 05 - Orbit: Orbital Effects on Communication System
Lecture 06 - Space Segment: Satellite Bus
Lecture 07 - Space Segment: Satellite Bus (cont.)
Lecture 08 - Space Segment: Satellite Bus (cont.)
Lecture 09 - Space Segment: Communication Payload
Lecture 10 - Space Segment: Communication Payload (cont.)
Lecture 11 - Link Budget: Isotropic Transmitter, EIRP, Power Received, Power Loss
Lecture 12 - Link Budget: Power Loss and Power Received, Noise Power
Lecture 13 - Link Budget: Calculation of Noise Power, Noise Temperature, Noise Figure
Lecture 14 - Link Budget: Noise Temperature and Noise Figure
Lecture 15 - Link Budget: Antenna Noise, Carrier to Noise Ratio
Lecture 16 - Link Budget: Carrier to Noise Density Ratio
Lecture 17 - Link Budget: Calculation of Carrier to Noise Density Ratio
Lecture 18 - Link Budget: Interference
Lecture 19 - The Effects of Signal Propagation through Ionosphere and Troposphere
Lecture 20 - Propagation: Attenuation Prediction and Fade Mitigation Techniques
Lecture 21 - Propagation: Signal Processing FMT (Fade Mitigation Technique)
Lecture 22 - Ground Segment: Types of Earth Station, Types of Antennas used in Earth Station
Lecture 23 - Ground Segment: Types of Antennas used in Earth Station
Lecture 24 - Ground Segment: Calculation of G/T and EIRP
Lecture 25 - Ground Segment: Measurement Methods of G/T and EIRP
Lecture 26 - Multiple Access: Major Multiple Access Techniques, FDMA
Lecture 27 - Multiple Access: FDMA
Lecture 28 - Multiple Access: TDMA
Lecture 29 - Multiple Access: TDMA (cont.)
Lecture 30 - Multiple Access: CDMA, DAMA, SDMA
Lecture 31 - Nonlinearity: Nonlinear Devices
Lecture 32 - Nonlinearity: Nonlinearity in Cascaded System, Effects of Nonlinearity
Lecture 33 - Nonlinearity: Effects of Nonlinearity, Mitigation Technique
Lecture 34 - Frame Synchronization, Network Synchronization
Lecture 35 - Network Synchronization (cont.)
Lecture 36 - Effect on Higher Layer: Basic Functions of TCP/IP
Lecture 37 - Effect on Higher Layer: Flow Control and Congestion Control in TCP
Lecture 38 - Effect on Higher Layer: Corruption Induced Loss, Congestion Induces Loss, etc
Lecture 39 - Satellite Navigation
Lecture 40 - Satellite Navigation (cont.)