Coordination For Satellite Networks

Presentation / Coordination For Satellite Networks

Date Submitted: 02 October 2001

Written by RPC Telecommunications. Website: http://www.rpctelecom.com

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Covers topics including Satellite Coordination Background, Satellite - Terrestrial and Satellite - Satellite Coordination and the role of the ITU in coordination.

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-Section 1
Satellite Coordination Background
-Section 2
What Is Coordination?
-Section 3
Key Issues
-Section 4
Frequency Allocations
-Section 5
Satellite - Terrestrial Coordination
-Section 6
Satellite - Satellite Coordination
-Section 7
Conclusions
Conclusions
Coordination is critically important for satellite networks. Some interference is managed by sharing constraints but others require detailed bilateral coordination. The procedures of Appendices S7 and S8 are used to determine need to coordinate. Bilateral coordination will require agreements between administrations before putting networks into use.

 
 

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