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Network design for survivable military satellite communication

Kusnadi Djati Juwono

Network design for survivable military satellite communication

by Kusnadi Djati Juwono

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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Satellite Communication 1 In general terms, a satellite is a smaller object that revolves around a larger object in space. For example, moon is a natural satellite of earth. We know that Communication refers to the exchange (sharing) of information between two or more entities, through any medium or channel. Military satellite communications technology was at a low level until At that time high quality voice transmissions were conducted between a satellite and two earth stations. That was the stepping stone to the Initial Defense Communications Satellite .

  The commercial satellite industry has grown significantly in recent years by bridging many of the military’s satellite communications gaps, notably by providing a variety of portable broadband global-area network (BGAN) terminals that can access Inmarsat’s I4 network of satellites. military satellite communications: space-based communications for the global information grid David A. Fritz, Bharat T. Doshi, Andrew C. Oak, Steven D. Jones, Jack L. Burbank, Harry L. Miller, John D. Oetting, Ryan M. Collins, Lino A. Gonzalez, and Robert A. Nichols ilitary satellite communications (miLsATcom) systems are critical elementsFile Size: 2MB.

  SAN DIEGO, Calif. – When a division of Marines deployed across a wide swath of the Southwest during a recent live-fire field exercise, the Navy’s new satellite communication . As the Army, in fact all of the services, the Joint Staff, and the Department of Defense (DOD) look to the future, a new vocabulary dominates the planning as well as the strategic and tactical direction of the entire military process: Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership/Education, Personnel, and .


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