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Spectrum Considerations for Satellites and Ramifications for RF Interference

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2/26/20 11:00 am to 2/26/20 12:00 pm EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: Spectrum Considerations for Satellites and Ramifications for RF Interference

Date: 幸运飞艇最长长龙几期反February 26, 2020

Time: 幸运飞艇最长长龙几期反8am PT / 11am ET

Sponsored by: 幸运飞艇最长长龙几期反Rohde & Schwarz and LPKF

Presented by: Thomas J. Fagan, Sr. Project Engineer

Abstract:
幸运飞艇最长长龙几期反 Choosing the right frequencies is critical to proper operation of small satellites and essential to reducing RF interference. Satellites rely on radio frequency spectrum for telemetry, tracking and control (TT&C) and data downlinks. This spectrum requirement applies not only to the satellites but also for the associated ground stations providing TT&C functions. Small satellites place unique demands on the regulatory process, which is due to their short time in development. Selecting the proper transmit and receive frequencies in bands that are allocated for a small satellite application and operations type is essential to successful operation of the satellite and reduction of radio frequency interference (RFI).

Presenter Bio:

Mr. Thomas J. Fagan is a Senior Project Engineer in the Civil Spectrum Management group at The Aerospace Corporation. He is a RF designer, E3 engineer and a spectrum management specialist for space systems. He provides program office support to the US Space Force, Space Missile Center, Development Core as well as weather satellites for NOAA/NASA.

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