9781785614279-1785614274-Satellite Communications in the 5G Era (Telecommunications)

Satellite Communications in the 5G Era (Telecommunications)

ISBN-13: 9781785614279
ISBN-10: 1785614274
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Format: Hardcover 600 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781785614279
ISBN-10: 1785614274
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Format: Hardcover 600 pages

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Acknowledged author wrote Satellite Communications in the 5G Era (Telecommunications) comprising 600 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1785614274 and 9781785614279. Since then Satellite Communications in the 5G Era (Telecommunications) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Satellite communications (SatCom) plays a vital role in ensuring seamless access to telecommunications services anytime, and is a viable option for delivering telecommunication services in a wide range of sectors such as aeronautical, military, maritime, rescue and disaster relief. It should be an important component of 5G-and-beyond wireless architectures as it can complement terrestrial telecommunication solutions in various scenarios to provide highly reliable and secure connectivity over a wide geographical area. This book explores promising scenarios for 5G SatCom, novel paradigms for hybrid/integrated satellite-terrestrial integration, and emerging technologies for the next generation of SatCom systems. Topics covered include: Role of SatCom in the 5G Era; 5G satellite use cases and scenarios; SDN-enabled networks, NFV-based scenarios and on-board processing for satellite-terrestrial integration; EHF broadband aeronautical SatCom systems; Next-generation NGSO SatCom systems; Diversity combining and handover techniques for MEO satellites; Non-linear countermeasures for multicarrier satellites; SDN demonstrator for multi-beam satellite precoding; Beam-hopping SatCom systems; Optical on-off keying data links for LEO downlink applications; Ultra-high speed data relay systems; On-board interference detection and localization; Advanced random access schemes for SatCom systems; Interference avoidance, mitigation and dynamic spectrum sharing for hybrid satellite-terrestrial systems; and Two-way satellite relaying.

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