inclined orbit


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inclined orbit

[in′klīnd ′ȯr·bət]
(aerospace engineering)
A satellite orbit which is inclined with respect to the earth's equator.
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Capacity is available from both stable and inclined orbit satellites, offering data speeds of hundreds of Mbps in each direction.
Capacity is offered from both stable and inclined orbit satellites, supplying providers with data speeds of hundreds of Mbps in each direction.
It has an eccentric and highly inclined orbit that takes it from 30 to 49 AU (4.
By using Newtec's FlexACM technology with inclined orbit satellites, Nynex is able to deliver robust connectivity at a significantly lower cost with unparalleled availability.
BeiDou-2 (the second phase) supports regional operation from a network of geostationary, medium earth orbit and inclined orbit satellites.
Eutelsat s coverage of western Africa and its fuel-saving operation in inclined orbit matched the solicitation for commercial satellite bandwidth to support communications for the military.
Since the acquisition, TracStar has continued to introduce control system features that lead the industry with products such as inclined and high inclined orbit tracking, auto-detecting of feed type on multiband antennas, DirectPoint software to minimize acquisition times, TracLRI which allows any user access to a GUI client for remote antenna operation, TracPSD which monitors Power Spectral Density on the satellite for COTM antennas.
However, the 20-year-old Skynet-4C satellite is in an inclined orbit and drifts slightly above and below the equatorial plane as it orbits the Earth.
All available occasional use Ku-band capacity in the domestic US arc was fully booked, and due to the enormous demand SES brought into use an inclined orbit satellite, AMC-5, to help broadcasters who were unable to find capacity at the last minute.
Eutelsat~s coverage of western Africa and its fuel-saving operation in inclined orbit matched the solicitation for commercial satellite bandwidth to support communications for the military.
9 degrees W orbital position from which the satellite will be positioned to provide inclined orbit services in Canada and the United States prior to the launch of Satmex 7.
Beidou-2, the second phase, is reported to be on track to be operational by early 2012 and will support regional operation from a network of geostationary and inclined orbit satellites.