Satellite Communications

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ABSTRACT: Synchronous orbit satellites and the fast-growing Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites constellations are competing with the high-volume terrestrial communications market. Typically satellite communication systems are the medium of choice in the rural and underserved communities, but the use of High Through Put (HTP) techniques and technologies level the field when compared with cable and terrestrial wireless systems. This lecture explains some of the cutting-edge methods deployed by the satellite industry to maximize data through-put and signal availability. These techniques are applicable to ground base systems as well as airborne and navel applications. Some current and near future satellite systems that optimize coverage and data rates will be discussed.



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  • BAE Systems located at 450 Pulaski Road
  • Greenlawn, New York
  • United States
  • Mazzola, Santo J (US) <Santo.Mazzola@baesystems.com>

    Howard Hausman <hhausman@rfmcs.com>

    Tony Bowden <tbowden@pansofik.com>

  • Starts 07 February 2019 02:00 PM
  • Ends 03 April 2019 06:00 PM
  • All times are America/New_York
  • No Admission Charge
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Howard Hausman of RF Microwave Consulting Services

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Satellite Communications

ABSTRACT: Synchronous orbit satellites and the fast-growing Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites constellations are competing with the high-volume terrestrial communications market. Typically satellite communication systems are the medium of choice in the rural and underserved communities, but the use of High Through Put (HTP) techniques and technologies level the field when compared with cable and terrestrial wireless systems. This lecture explains some of the cutting-edge methods deployed by the satellite industry to maximize data through-put and signal availability. These techniques are applicable to ground base systems as well as airborne and navel applications. Some current and near future satellite systems that optimize coverage and data rates will be discussed.

Biography:

Howard Hausman received his MSEE degree from Polytechnic University/Tandon School of Engineering, NYU where he was an Adjunct Professor. He is currently President/CEO of RF Microwave Consulting Services and an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University. Formerly Mr. Hausman was CTO and VP of Engineering, before being appointed President/CEO of MITEQ Inc., a world renown microwave engineering company with approximately 700 employees. He has designed hardware, wrote papers and lectured on microwave systems and components for Satellite Communications, Space Systems, Radar and Reconnaissance systems. Howard Hausman is a recipient of an NYU Distinguished Alumni Award, the IEEE LI Alex Gruenwald Award “For outstanding contributions to enhance the knowledge of the IEEE LI Section members”, and a NASA Award for work on the Mars Landing System. Mr. Hausman is currently the Chairman of the IEEE LI Communications Society and was awarded a patent “Measuring Satellite Linearity from Earth Using A Low Duty Cycle Pulsed Microwave Signal”. He also authored a text book “Microwave Power Amplifier Design with MMIC Modules” published by Artech House.

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Address:53 Madder Lake Circle, , Commack, 11725





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