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IEEE Wireless Communications October 200554 1536-1284/05/$20.00 2005 IEEE PRESENT AND FUTURE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
 

Summary: IEEE Wireless Communications October 200554 1536-1284/05/$20.00 2005 IEEE
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PRESENT AND FUTURE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
SHAOJIAN FU, OPNET
MOHAMMED ATIQUZZAMAN, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
WILLIAM IVANCIC, NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER
EVALUATION OF SCTP FOR SPACE NETWORKS
INTRODUCTION
Satellite networks have a large coverage area, and
currently provide television, radio, telephony, and
navigation services. Satellites are expected to play
a significant role in the future global Internet to
provide broadband data services. Currently, two
types of satellites, geostationary Earth orbit
(GEO) and low Earth orbit (LEO), are mostly
used for the above applications. Traditionally,
GEO satellites have been used to provide a bent
pipe transmission channel, where all packets

  

Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences