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what is satellite communication and FAQs

What is satellite communication? – Simple introduction and FAQs

November 19, 2016

An introduction to the course where apart from answering the quintessential question of what is satellite communication we go a bit further to to answer some more interesting questions.

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History of communication satellites – Timeline & major events

May 7, 2017

A brief look at some of the pioneers of satellites and a review of significant events in the history of communication satellites.

Geosynchronous and Geostationary orbits - Satellite Communication course - Small

Geosynchronous vs Geostationary orbits – Types of orbits (1/2)

May 10, 2017

Can you guess which orbits in the image alongside are Geosynchronous and Geostationary orbits? There is only one difference between two orbits. Let’s find out what it is.

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Low earth orbit, medium and high earth orbits – Types of orbits (2/3)

May 18, 2017

We continue with the different types of orbits with an introduction to the classification of orbits purely on the basis of their elevation.

sun-synchronous orbit and molniya orbit - Types of orbits

Molniya Orbits and Sun-synchronous orbit – Types of Orbits (3/3)

November 28, 2017

For some special applications and requirements, special orbits like the sun-synchronous and Molniya orbits are used. It is necessary to understand these orbits to see how existing basic orbits can be tweaked according to the requirements.

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Kepler’s Laws for Satellites – Space Segment

May 9, 2017

We move on to understand the parameters associated with a satellite in orbit. Kepler’s Laws for satellites are the most fundamental pieces of empirical laws that are responsible for keeping a satellite tethered to earth.