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Global Satellite Meteorological Observation (GSMO) Theory Volume 1

by Stojce Dimov Ilcev

Global Satellite Meteorological Observation (GSMO) Theory Volume 1 Synopsis

This book presents the principal structure of space systems, functionality, media and applications for modern remote sensing, transmission systems, meteorological antennas, propagation meteorological observation and transferring weather data from satellite to the ground infrastructures and users. The book starts with a short background to the development of Radio and Space systems including overview, concepts and applications of satellite communications in function of transfer meteorological observation data and images. It goes on to discuss the fundamental principles of the space platforms and orbital parameters, lows of satellite motions, new types of launching systems, satellite orbits and geometric relations, spacecraft configuration, payload structure, type of onboard antenna systems, satellite orbits and components of satellite bus. The author also provides comprehensive coverage of baseband and transmission systems, fundamentals of atmospheric electromagnetic radiation, satellite meteorological parameters and instruments, and research and applications in antenna systems and propagation. This is a companion book of Global Satellite Meteorological Observation Applications (Springer).

Book Information

ISBN: 9783319671185
Publication date: 25th October 2017
Author: Stojce Dimov Ilcev
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 546 pages
Categories: Satellite communication,

About Stojce Dimov Ilcev

Prof. Stojce Dimov Ilcev is Chair of Space Science Centre (SSC) for Research and Postgraduate Studies in Space CNS for Maritime, Land and Aeronautical Applications, Global Satellite Augmentation Systems (GSAS), GNSS Systems, Satellite Tracking Systems, Mobile Broadcasting and Meteorological Observation Systems at Durban University of Technology (DUT), Durban, South Africa. He studies both Maritime radio engineering and Nautical science at Montenegro University in Kotor, Maritime electronics and communications at Rijeka University in Croatia, Postgraduate satellite engineering at Skopie University in Macedonia and Belgrade University in Serbia. Ilcev holds Bachelor (BSc), Master in Electrical Engineering (MSc) and Doctor of Science (PhD) ...

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