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학술대회 Effects on Wave Propagation of Ka-Band FSS Signal by the Space Debris for Satellite Communication
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AIAA International Communications Satellite Systems Conference (ICSSC) 2007, pp.1-10
07MR1100, 통신해양기상위성 개발, 이성팔
The distribution of the space debris caused by any source affects the DBS & FSS wave propagation for satellite communication. In this paper, the normalized expansion coefficients are evaluated with varying the volume distribution density of space debris and the operating frequency, and then the attenuation and phase shift are calculated by using the normalized expansion coefficients. The attenuation and phase shift are mostly affected with the real and imaginary part of the amplitude function, respectively, which represented by electric field component of the Bessel function. The results of this paper can be adapted for the design of the link budget for satellite communication system and the reconsideration of space environment as the space debris increases by geometric progression. © 2007 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.
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Bessel function, Distribution density, Expansion coefficient, Field component, Geometric progression, Imaginary part, Link budget, Operating frequency, Phase shift, Space debris, Space environment