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satellite link

A signal that travels from the earth to a communications satellite and back down again. Contrast with terrestrial link.
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Tender issueObjective:The objective of the activity is to design and develop a real-time satellite network emulator for future constellations to allow the end-to-end performance assessment of:-Routing solutions-Transport protocols for broadband data delivery and web access over satellite -Caching mechanisms-Security solutions-Inter-satellite link characteristics user link characteristics andthe satellite telecommunications payload functionalities at layer-2 and aboveTargeted Improvements:The emulator will enable quick verification and optimisation of higher layer protocols for networks with satellite component(s) and thus maximize throughput delay and utilisation of satellite links and offer solutions that are competitive to other terrestrial options.
During end-to-end tests involving an emulated satellite link, ip.
The HMCS is a designed as a cost-efficient solution for any new HD DSNG truck or as a replacement for older satellite link control apparatus.
And Vue will be the first multiplex to have a live satellite link so that audiences around the country can enjoy the environmental film together.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-3 September 2007-Thrane & Thrane A/S completes the sale of European Satellite Link GmbH(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Also, heavy rain of snow can interfere with the satellite link, interrupting service.
To overcome slow-start, the Tachyon system uses an enhanced communications protocol over the satellite link.
The U-2 satellite link gives military commanders ``eyes and ears over the target without being tethered to a ground station,'' Behler said.
A SATELLITE link between a Leam-ington college and three colleges in South Africa heralded the signing of an agreement this week.
The satellite link also enables doctors in Japan and Belarus to directly communicate.
Through her computer and a satellite link, she'll receive and transmit e-mail messages, as well as digitized "postcards" of the 30 sites she visits in 20 countries along the way.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-10 August 2009-TS2 Satellite Technologies introduces new satellite link products(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.

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