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세계의 비정지 궤도(Non-Geo) 콘스텔레이션 분석 툴킷 : 버전 3.0

Non-Geo Constellations Analysis Toolkit, V3.0

리서치사 Northern Sky Research, LLC
발행일 2022년 09월 상품코드 1123358
페이지 정보 영문 117 Page User Guide plus 15 Excel Files 배송안내 1-2일 (영업일 기준)
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세계의 비정지 궤도(Non-Geo) 콘스텔레이션 분석 툴킷 : 버전 3.0 Non-Geo Constellations Analysis Toolkit, V3.0
발행일 : 2022년 09월 페이지 정보 : 영문 117 Page User Guide plus 15 Excel Files

본 상품은 영문 자료로 한글과 영문 목차에 불일치하는 내용이 있을 경우 영문을 우선합니다. 정확한 검토를 위해 영문목차를 참고해주시기 바랍니다.

비정지 궤도 콘스텔레이션(Non-Geo Constellations)은 LEO 및 MEO 위성별 자리를 아키텍처 및 비즈니스 계층에서 분석 및 비교하는 유연하고 사용하기 쉬운 분석 모형 집합입니다.

고객 요구에 따라 분기별 데이터베이스를 확장하고 업데이트합니다. 입력 데이터 테이블의 크기가 2배가 되어, 100개 서브 컨스텔레이션을 동시에 벤치마크할 수 있게 되었으며, 툴간에 데이터 동기화가 가능하게 되어, 재구성이나 업데이트 릴리스가 용이하게 되었습니다 .

NSR 독립형 제품이지만 최신 데이터 세트와 구성 가능한 필터 입력 및 시각화 기능을 갖추고 NSR 및 Analysys Mason 조사, 시장 데이터 및 전망과 더불어 활용할 수 있습니다. 입니다.

다음과 같은 중요 질문에 답변합니다.

  • 비정지 궤도(NGSO) 아키텍처는 빔 레벨과 위성 레벨에서 어떻게 다른가
  • 송신/회신 링크 용량(주파수, 대역폭, IP 처리량)은 선택 가능한 게이트웨이/사용자 빔, 위성 및 별자리마다 어떻게 되는가
  • LEO 및 MEO 시스템은 고정 데이터 및 이동성(항공/해상/철도) 핫스팟에 얼마나 효과적으로 대응할 수 있는가
  • 각국 영공에서 위도·경도마다 얼마나 용량이 이용 가능한가
  • 사용 가능한 Mbps/월당 자본 비용은 어떻게 추측할 수 있는가 비용이나 성능 감도는 어느 정도인가
  • 이동성 및 고정 광대역 데이터 세트를 사용하여 위도 및 경도별 실제 수급 동향을 어떻게 평가할 수 있는가
  • 각 서브별 자리가 도달하는 최대 위도와 그 위치에서 보이는 위성 수는 어느 정도인가
  • 사용자 단말기에서 싱글홉으로 보이는 범위에 있는 게이트웨이국은 몇 개인가 어떤 육지·해역에서 서비스가 가능한가
  • 타사 텔레포트, 통신 사업자 및 데이터 센터 시설에 별자리 안테나 팜을 수용하기 위해 얼마나 많은 공간이 필요한가 IP 전송용 파이버는 어느 정도 용량이 필요한가
  • 멀리 떨어진 서비스가 없는 지역에 서비스를 제공하는 경우 위성 통신은 광섬유에 대해 어떤 조건에서 경쟁력을 얻을 수 있는가 백홀 비즈니스 케이스는 CAPEX와 OPEX 요소에 어느 정도 민감한가
  • POP, 광 위성 간 링크(OISL) 사용 및 링크 릴레이로 인한 광섬유 지연은 LEO 토폴로지에 대해 어떻게 평가되는가
  • 시스템별 위성 핸드오프율과 패스타임은 어떤 것인가
  • NGSO 시스템 규제 제외각은 GEO(GSO) 시스템과 간섭을 피하기 위해 얼마나 필요한가
  • 단말과 게이트웨이 국 위치에서 가시 위성을 가리키는 안테나의 룩 앵글 히스토그램은 어떻게 되어 있는가
  • 주요 노력과 제안된 수정 각 규제 상황은

목차

제1장 툴킷 사용자 가이드(PDF)

툴킷(15 개 Excel 파일 + 모빌리티 데이터 세트 샘플)

제2장 툴1 : 개요·계산

제3장 툴2 : 위성·궤도 루트

제4장 툴3 : 위성 트래커

제5장 툴 4 : LOS( 전망선) 위성

제6장 도구 5 : 처리량 및 링크 할당-마스터 데이터 파일

제7장 툴 6 : 어드레서빌리티 맵

제8장 도구 7 : 광섬유 vs. 위성 통신 지연

제9장 도구 8 : 광섬유 및 위성 비즈니스 케이스

제10장 도구 9 : 비정지 위성 비즈니스 케이스

제11장 도구 10 : 게이트웨이 가시성

제12장 도구 11 : 제외 각도, EPFD 분석

제13장 도구 12 : 모빌리티 히트맵

제14장 공구 13 : 게이트웨이 하우징

제15장 공구 14 : 수동 측정 도구

제16장 도구 15 : NCAT3 데이터 보드

NJH 22.09.16

Report Summary:

NSR's “Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 3.0 (NCAT3) ” is an assembly of flexible, easy-to-use analytical models that x-ray and benchmark LEO and MEO satellite constellations at architectural and business layers.

NSR's industry-leading configurable toolset is meant for both business and technical professionals alike seeking in-depth understanding of NGSO high-throughput SATCOM. The 15+ tools deliver granular, territory-level assessments of non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) satellite constellations.

Version 3 of NSR's popular benchmarking toolbox includes an expanded database and -as requested by clients- incorporates quarterly updates. The input data tables are doubled in size to support concurrent benchmarking of 100 sub-constellations, and allow data synchronization across tools, facilitating reconfigurations and update releases.

Thousands of data points processed through the toolkit's logic constitute an unbiased, factual vehicle for deep-diving into the technical and business aspects that modulate addressability, bandwidth supply-demand and constellations' competitive standing versus terrestrial networks.

With pre-loaded, updatable datasets, configurable filters, inputs and visualizations, “NCAT3” is a standalone NSR product that may also be leveraged in combination with market data and insight from relevant NSR and Analysys Mason research studies.

LEO and MEO satellite constellations beaming tens of Terabits per second are disrupting the space business while also affecting the wider telecommunications industry, making it vital for strategists, planners and decision makers across fixed/wireless telecom and satellite value chains to measure and visualize the impact at granularly defined levels.

NSR's Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 3.0 answers key questions:

  • How different are the NGSO architectures at beam and satellite levels?
  • What is the forward and return link capacity (spectrum, bandwidth and IP throughput) per selectable gateway/user beam, satellite and constellation?
  • How effectively can LEO and MEO systems serve fixed-data and mobility (aero/maritime/rail) hot spots?
  • How much capacity is available proportionally overhead each territory and country, per degree of latitude and longitude?
  • How can the capital cost per usable Mbps/Month be inferred? What is the sensitivity to cost and performance elements?
  • How to assess supply and demand dynamics factually, per degree of latitude and longitude, using configurable mobility and fixed broadband datasets?
  • What is the maximum latitude reached by each sub-constellation and how many satellites are visible based on location?
  • How many gateway stations are within single-hop visibility of user terminals? What land and sea regions can be served?
  • How much space is required to house constellations' antenna farms at third-party teleport, telco or datacenter facilities? What is the IP-transit fiber capacity required?
  • Under what conditions can SATCOM constellations become competitive vs. fiber optics to service distant underserved communities? How sensitive is the backhaul business case to CAPEX and OPEX elements?
  • How does fiber latency benchmark against LEO topologies, depending on POPs, use of optical inter-satellite links (OISL) and link relays?
  • What are the satellite handoff rates and "pass time", per system?
  • What are the regulatory exclusion angles for NGSO systems to avoid interfering with GEO (GSO) systems?
  • What is the histogram of antenna "look angles" pointing at visible satellites based on terminal and Gateway station location?
  • What is the regulatory status of each major initiative and proposed modifications?

NSR's “Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 3.0 (NCAT3) ” provides clients with an equal set of analytical instruments that NSR leverages internally to holistically assess LEO/MEO HTS constellations in support of focused research studies and consulting projects. “NCAT3” includes a wide range of input and output items including filters, maps, calculators, benchmark charts, infographics, exportable input/output data tables, heatmaps, and visualizations.

Bottom Line: Clients rely on a feature-rich toolbox for factual assessments of LEO and MEO constellations

Key Features:

NSR's “Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit” includes a multiplicity of analytical tools distributed across 15 Excel files (plus user guide and mobility datasets). Each tool has its own set of input variables, filters and calculation engines that drive output results, charts, maps, exportable data tables and visualizations.

Toolkit Elements Include:

  • Sophisticated but easy-to-use analytical models driven by auto-populated or manually-set inputs and filters
  • Output-rich set of technical and business metrics benchmarking constellations performance
  • Useful visualizations including comparison charts, heatmaps, deployed satellites, orbital routes, footprints per constellation and infographics
  • Detailed input and output data tables with information per system and sub-constellation
  • Bandwidth supply and addressability assessments for geographic-based SWOT and TAM analysis
  • Examination of line-of-sight satellites and gateway/terminal beam IP throughput
  • Estimator of breakeven capital costs per deployed and usable Mbps
  • Estimator of land space and terrestrial bandwidth required to house NGSO gateway ground stations (at telecom, data centers and teleport facilities)
  • Terrestrial versus satellite backhaul business case: Sensitivity analysis via configurable Monte Carlo simulation
  • Uplink and downlink discrimination angle calculations for NGSO-GSO interference avoidance
  • Other models and calculators included: Satellites' visibility cone and beam-covered areas, shells' latitude reach, % of World surface and population addressed, orbital period, satellite handoff time, slant range, satellite vs. terrestrial latency, upstream and downstream spectrum and throughput, spectral efficiency, fiber vs satellite NPV, profitability, etc.

Who Should Purchase NCAT3

  • Established and Emerging Satellite Operators (GSO & NGSO, FSS & MSS)
  • Teleport Operators, Satellite Service Providers and System Integrators
  • Distributors and Resellers of Managed Satellite Services and Capacity
  • Fiber Optics Network Operators, IP Transit and Cloud Service Providers
  • Fixed and Wireless Telecom Operators: Telcos, MNOs, Cable Operators, TowerCos and WLL (wireless local loop) Players
  • Equipment Vendors Developing Solutions for NGSO SATCOM, including Terminals, Antennae (MSA & ESA), Broadband Hub/Modems, RF Equipment and Ground Network Virtualization Sub-Systems
  • Satellite Manufacturers and Spacecraft Component Vendors
  • Airlines, Cruise Lines and Energy Companies
  • Other Major End Users of Satellite Bandwidth and Services including Commercial, Government, Defense and First Responders
  • Telecom/Cable/Satellite Industry Associations and Research/Development Labs
  • IT Companies developing virtualized cloud software solutions for satellite constellations
  • Think Tanks, Space Agencies and Universities
  • Regulators and Spectrum Utilization Agencies
  • Financial Institutions, Investment Management and Insurance.

Systems Analyzed in this Product

72 distinct NGSO sub-constellations comprising over 130 thousand satellites are pre-loaded to the toolkit (expandable to 100 shells). The list includes FCC-granted, in-orbit and operating, proposed modifications and new systems filed at ITU level: Amazon Project Kuiper, AST Space Mobile, Astra Space, Boeing, China GW-2 & GW-A59, E-Space, Hughes HVNET, Kepler Communications, LYNK Global, Mangata Networks, OneWeb (phases 1 & 2), Rivada Space Networks, SES O3B, SpaceX Starlink (gen 1 & 2), Telesat Lightspeed and Viasat.

Table of Contents

1. Toolkit User Guide (PDF)

  • 1.1. Executive Summary
    • 1.1.1. Toolkit Summary Table
    • 1.1.2. Non-GEO HTS Factors
    • 1.1.3. Workflow & Flowchart Symbols
  • 1.2. Toolkit Assumptions
  • 1.3. Quick User Guide, by Tool
    • 1.3.1. Inputs & Output
    • 1.3.2. Filters
    • 1.3.3. Sample Output, Charts and Data

Toolkit (15 Excel files + Mobility Dataset Sample)

2. Tool 1: General & Calcs

  • 2.1. Maps with orbital routes and satellite footprint
  • 2.2. Comparison charts for field of view, latitude reach, orbital inclination and altitude, satellite pass time, handoffs/hour, link delay and slant range
  • 2.3. Output Table with calculations per constellation shell: Orbital period, flight velocity, latitude reach, satellite handoff rate, Earth' coverage, slant range and delay
  • 2.4. Infographics for fixed broadband, mobility (aero/maritime), wireless backhaul and space-mobile applications
  • 2.5. Orbital Dynamics Calculators
  • 2.6. Mbps (CIR) to GByte (Usage) Pricing Converter

3. Tool 2: Sats & Orbital Routes

  • 3.1. Maps displaying all satellites and orbital routes for each constellation shell and for final combined system
    • 3.1.1. Expanded to support more orbital routes and sub-constellations (shells)

4. Tool 3: Sat Tracker

  • 4.1. Map with visible sats and routes for selectable constellation shell based on site location
  • 4.2. "Sat Tracker" chart showing antenna look angles (azimuth & elevation) for visible routes
  • 4.3. Distribution histogram for the antenna elevation angle
  • 4.4. Calculation of satellites in Line of Sight (LOS) for the defined site location

5. Tool 4: Sats in Line of Sight (LOS)

  • 5.1. Chart and table with the average number of satellites in Line of Sight across all latitudes
  • 5.2. Pre-ran data table and benchmark charts for all pre-loaded constellation datasets

6. Tool 5: Throughput & Link Budgeting-MASTER DATA FILE

  • 6.1. Link Budgeting (LB) tools per system with support for -both- parabolic and flat-panel antennas
  • 6.2. Generic LB Tool for any LEO/MEO system
  • 6.3. Uplink and Downlink Frequency Plans
  • 6.4. Charts comparing constellations' spectrum and IP throughput at beam and satellite levels
  • 6.5. Maps comparing constellations coverage and beamwidth
  • 6.6. FCC filing datasets digitized for Link-Budgeting use
  • 6.7. Infographics of user and gateway beam spectrum bands and constellation's key architectural characteristics

7. Tool 6: Addressability Map

  • 7.1. Analysis of addressable population and surface area for fixed-data services
  • 7.2. Density maps and tables for the targeted population and target areas

8. Tool 7: Fiber Optic vs. SAT Delay

  • 8.1. Analysis of propagation latency for end-to-end link using Fiber Optics (FO) and LEO Satellite (SAT)
  • 8.2. Configurable processing delay per routing/satellite hop.
  • 8.3. Benchmark of four possible SAT scenarios considering use of Inter-satellite links (optical ISLs), terrestrial interconnections and gateway relay stations
  • 8.4. Infographics output for SAT vs. FO scenarios

9. Tool 8: Fiber Optic vs. SAT Business Case

  • 9.1. Business-Case sensitivity analysis for Fiber Optics (FO) versus Satellite (SAT) project evaluation
  • 9.2. Charts with resulting EBITDA, FCF, NPV and Profitability including histogram distribution of possible outcomes
  • 9.3. Scatter plots illustrating correlations between model inputs and BC output

10. Tool 9: Non-GEO Business Case

  • 10.1. Sensitivity analysis for the capital cost of deployed and usable Mbps/Month and bandwidth breakeven price
  • 10.2. Probability charts
  • 10.3. Scatter plots illustrating correlations between model inputs and BC output...
  • 10.4. Infographic summarizing tool's analysis

11. Tool 10: Gateway Visibility

  • 11.1. Heatmap analysis of world geographic spots within one-hop visibility of gateway stations
  • 11.2. Calculation and visualization of single-GW, dual-GW or multiple-GW visibility per degree of lat/lon

12. Tool 11: Exclusion Angles, EPFD Analysis

  • 12.1. Calculation of Downlink and Uplink Discrimination Angles based on the Equivalent Power Flux Density (EFFD) limits of Article 22 of the ITU Radio Regulations; applicable to FSS (Ku & Ka) frequency bands
  • 12.2. Heatmaps of possible (allowed & disallowed) uplink look angles for the user-antenna visibility cone and satellites' field of view, based on site latitude

13. Tool 12: Mobility Heatmap

  • 13.1. Traffic heatmap analysis of satellite capacity demand for mobility applications, including aero/in-flight connectivity, maritime and rail
  • 13.2. Pre-loaded with sample datasets for the airline business-but tool is not limited to airlines
  • 13.3. Heatmap and output data table of satellite IP traffic demand per degree of latitude and longitude
  • 13.4. Configurable schedules /Itineraries (up to 2,500) and time span for analysis
  • 13.5. Supports analysis of satellite demand under either GEO or Non-GEO supply scenarios
  • 13.6. Sample Dataset File from OpenFlights.
  • 13.7. Output Table Combiner file to run simulations of aggregate bandwidth demand for scenarios with over 2,500 routes

14. Tool 13: Gateway Housing

  • 14.1. Estimator of the minimum land area required (square meters of real estate) at gateway sites to house/host NGSO antenna farms
  • 14.2. Calculation of required IP transit fiber capacity (Gbps) at the gateway site to support the visible satellites

15. Tool 14: Manual Measurement Tools

  • 15.1. Visual aid and measurement tools to perform manual measurements and revisions of constellations' orbital mechanics (distances, angles, etc)

16. Tool 15: NCAT3 DASBOARD

  • 16.1. Encompassing, configurable dashboard to perform Non-GEO supply-demand analysis per country and degree of latitude and longitude
  • 16.2. Takes input tables from other NCAT3 tools
  • 16.3. Supports fixed data and mobility data -individually or combined
  • 16.4. Fully selectable list of countries and territories for country/region level analysis

List of Exhibits

1. Charts

  • 1.1. Non-GEO-HTS Orbital Routes
  • 1.2. Relative Size of Field of View (FoV) & Latitude Reached
  • 1.3. Orbital Inclination & Altitude
  • 1.4. Maximum Satellite Pass Time
  • 1.5. Satellite Handoffs per Hour
  • 1.6. Maximum Latitude Reached and Satellite FoV Map
  • 1.7. Maximum and Minimum Link Delay and application infographics (fixed broadband, in-flight connectivity, maritime/cruise, cellular backhaul, space-mobile)
  • 1.8. Single-Shell Maps of Satellites and Orbital Routes
  • 1.9. Combined or Full-Constellation Maps of Satellites and Orbital Routes
  • 1.10. Visibility Cone of Satellites and Routes
  • 1.11. "Sat Tracker" of antenna elevation and azimuth
  • 1.12. Elevation Angle Distribution Histogram
  • 1.13. Satellites in Line of Sight (visibility)
  • 1.14. FCC filings digitized for HTS constellations *
  • 1.15. Generic and individual Link Budget tools /tables
  • 1.16. Uplink & Downlink Frequency Plans
  • 1.17. Preferred DVB-S2X ModCods
  • 1.18. Gateway Beams-Spectrum
  • 1.19. User Beams-Spectrum Gateway Beams-Reuse Factor
  • 1.20. User Beams-Reuse Factor
  • 1.21. Gateway Beams-Bandwidth
  • 1.22. User Beams-Bandwidth
  • 1.23. Gateway Beams-Throughput
  • 1.24. User Beams-Throughput
  • 1.25. Number of Gateway Beams and Type
  • 1.26. Number of User Beams and Type
  • 1.27. Global Aggregate Forward and Return IP Throughput
  • 1.28. Satellite Footprint
  • 1.29. Satellite FWD/RTN Capacity Averaged per Sq. Km of Coverage Area
  • 1.30. Satellite FoV and Single Beam at Sub-Satellite Point
  • 1.31. Individual Beam Footprints at Sub-Satellite Point
  • 1.32. World Population Distribution
  • 1.33. Addressable Population
  • 1.34. Addressable Surface Area
  • 1.35. Addressable Population Map
  • 1.36. Fiber Optics Delay -Infographic
  • 1.37. LEO with ISL Delay -Infographic
  • 1.38. Hybrid LEO-FO Delay -Infographic
  • 1.39. LEO with Gateway Stations Delay -Infographic
  • 1.40. LEO with Relay Stations Delay -Infographic
  • 1.41. Animated Clip Samples
  • 1.42. EBITDA Probability Charts
  • 1.43. FCF Probability Charts
  • 1.44. NPV Probability Charts
  • 1.45. PV of FCF as Growing Perpetuity Probability Charts
  • 1.46. NPV Profitability Index Probability Charts
  • 1.47. Satellite NPV vs. Bandwidth Cost Scatter Plot
  • 1.48. Satellite NPV vs. GW Hosting Revenues Scatter Plot
  • 1.49. Satellite NPV vs. StatMuxing Savings Scatter Plot
  • 1.50. Satellite NPV vs. Terminal CAPEX Scatter Plot
  • 1.51. PV of FCF as Growing Perpetuity vs. FCF Growth Rate Scatter Plot
  • 1.52. Probability Charts for Breakeven Price per Usable Mbps per Month, considering all addressable area
  • 1.53. Probability Charts for Breakeven Price per Usable Mbps per Month for Projected Captured Market
  • 1.54. Scatter Plot for Breakeven Cost per Usable Mbps per Month; considering all addressable area
  • 1.55. Scatter Plot for Breakeven Price per Usable Mbps; for estimated market capture
  • 1.56. Infographic for Estimated Capital Cost per Usable Mbps
  • 1.57. Infographic for Main Architectural Aspects
  • 1.58. Infographic for Spectrum & Bandwidth
  • 1.59. Gateway Density Visibility Maps
  • 1.60. NGSO Earth Station Radiation Pattern and Discrimination Angle Chart
  • 1.61. Clarke Belt Visible GEO Arc Chart
  • 1.62. Worst-Case Geometry Exclusion Areas for Antenna Visibility Cone and Satellite's Field of View
  • 1.63. Heatmap of Mobility Traffic/Demand
  • 1.64. Gateway Housing Charts/Visuals for Antenna Farm Space and Terrestrial Interconnect Bandwidth.
  • 1.65. Satellite Footprint Radius Chart
  • 1.66. Aggregate Gateway Site Terrestrial Bandwidth Cart and Visible Satellites
  • 1.67. Manual Measurement Visual Aids and Charts for MEO, LEO and VLEO
  • 1.68. Map of countries included in Dashboard Analysis
  • 1.69. Map with Distribution of Deployed Satellite Capacity
  • 1.70. Map with Distribution of Covered Population
  • 1.71. Map with Distribution of Target Population
  • 1.72. Heatmap of Mobility Bandwidth Demand
  • 1.73. Heatmap of Combined Fixed Data and Mobility Traffic Demand
  • 1.74. Supply and Demand Heatmap

2. Tables

  • 2.1. Orbital Dynamics Data
  • 2.2. Spectrum, Bandwidth and Throughput Data
  • 2.3. Data table with elevation angle distribution
  • 2.4. Satellites in LOS
  • 2.5. Link Budget
  • 2.6. Transmit and Receive Frequency Bands
  • 2.7. Link Budget Summary
  • 2.8. Satellite Spectrum and TX/RX Channels
  • 2.9. Satellite and Forward/Return IP Throughput
  • 2.10. Preferred DVB-S2X ModCods
  • 2.11. FCC Filings Technical Data
  • 2.12. Atmospheric Loss Assumptions
  • 2.13. Population Distribution Data Set
  • 2.14. Addressable Population Distribution Data
  • 2.15. Addressable Surface Area Data
  • 2.16. Fiber and Satellite Delay
  • 2.17. Fiber vs. Satellite Business Case Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.18. EBITDA Output of Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.19. FCF Output of Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.20. NPV Output of Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.21. PV of FCF as Growing Perpetuity Output of Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.22. NPV Profitability Index Output of Sensitivity Analysis
  • 2.23. Sensitivity Analysis Monte Carlo samples
  • 2.24. Sensitivity Analysis Histogram Data
  • 2.25. FO CAEX Debt Financing Repayment Schedule
  • 2.26. SAT CAPEX Debt Financing Repayment Schedule
  • 2.27. Capital Cost per Mbps Analysis Table.
  • 2.28. Gateway Visibility Table
  • 2.29. Output table for population within single-sat-hop gateway visibility
  • 2.30. Applicable Tables from Article 22 of the ITU Radio Regulations
  • 2.31. Clarke Belt Visible GEO Arc Table
  • 2.32. Antenna Look Angle Data Table (discrimination angle per azimuth & elevation)
  • 2.33. Mobility Carriers Table
  • 2.34. Mobility Routes & Itinerary Table
  • 2.35. Mobility Ports/Airports Table
  • 2.36. Mobility Heatmap Analysis Data Table (1 degree lat/long precision)
  • 2.37. Supply-Demand Heatmap Output Data Tables (1 degree lat/long precision) for selected Non-GEO system/s and studied countries /territories.
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