International Journal of Satellite Communications
Int J Satellite Comm
Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons.
ISSN (printed): 0737-2884. ISSN (electronic): 1099-1247.
Purpose: The International Journal of Satellite Communications provides a focus for professionals in all aspects of satellite communications. The Journal is unique in that it provides for a rapid dissemination of new results and trends in this constantly changing industry. In addition to areas of specific interest the journal regularly includes items of general interest and tutorials. Range of Topics: The Journal covers all aspects of the theory and practice of satellite systems and networks. Topics include: Communication Systems and Equipment Earth-station Equipment and Planning Earth-station Antennas Applications of Satellite Systems Propagation Aspects including Interference and Coordination Network Philosophy and Planning Spacecraft Communications Payloads User Aspects e.g. Marketing Regulatory Matters
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