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Results of experiments using the Olympus Satellite

Colloquium on "Results of Experiments Using the Olympus Satellite" (1991 London)

Results of experiments using the Olympus Satellite

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by Colloquium on "Results of Experiments Using the Olympus Satellite" (1991 London)

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Published by Institution of Electrical Engineers in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementorganised by professional groups E9 (Satellite communication) and E11 (Antennas and propagation) on 17 December 1991.
SeriesDigest -- no.1991/193
ContributionsInstitution of Electrical Engineers,
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14444744M

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Get this from a library. Results of Experiments Using the Olympus Satellite: IEE Colloquium on [17 December ]. Co-author of a two volume book created using the output from this program: "Uranometria Deep Sky Atlas, Volumes 1 & 2," by Wil Tirion, Barry Rappaport, and Will : Principal Design Engineer at.

Abstract - An overview of the organization of the OLYMPUS propagation experimenters' group (OPEX) is given. The paper describes preparations, participation, and experiments.

Some examples for first statistical results are also reported. Introduction OLYMPUS, a 3-axis stabilized communications satellite was launched in for providing. The model is tested using the same data, and the results give multiplicative errors in the range from to (averages) and from to (r.m.s.) in the estimation of the fade durations.

Olympus is the generic name for a family of communications spacecraft designed for operation in geostationary orbit. The first Olympus mission, called Olympus 1, is scheduled for launch in early Olympus has been designed with the flexibility to accommodate the likely range of communications spacecraft mission requirements.

This is a sorry tale of how four years’ work was destroyed in Results of experiments using the Olympus Satellite book seconds. Some say that the number thirteen is unlucky and on 13th Septemberexactly 35 years ago today, this proved to be the case for me and the whole team that developed the OTS satellite.

Here’s how things played out. The electromagnetic properties of plasma produced by hypervelocity impact have been exploited by researchers as a diagnostic tool, invoked to potentially explain the magnetically jumbled state of the lunar surface and blamed for the loss of the Olympus experimental communications satellite.

A brief review of the main effects of precipitation on radiowave satellite links is presented together with the most significant propagation experiments that will be made available by OLYMPUS and.

Experimental data on polarisation distortion, obtained in satellite experiments, are given in CCIR Report Further data are still needed, especially from satellite transmissions and at frequencies up to at least 40GHz.

In this context, the availability of signals from the Olympus satellite at 12, 20 and 30GHz, from onwards, is important. The experiments included plasma, optical and radio frequency (RF) sensors in order to understand the dynamics and associated RF emission resulting from hypervelocity plasmas.

Furthermore, we combined the collected data with results from numerical simulations using particle-in-cell (PIC) and smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) techniques.

Centromeric and pericentromeric chromosome regions are occupied by satellite DNA. Satellite DNAs play essential roles in chromosome segregation, and, thanks to their extensive sequence variability, to some extent, they can also be used as phylogenetic markers.

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