satellite link


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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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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.
Just completed in 2001, 3 Times square, known as the Reuters Building, had the space FTI required and many amenities, including a carrier neutral telecom backbone, redundant satellite link areas, high-speed fiber optics and an infrastructure capable of providing future fuel cell and technology enhancements.
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.
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.
In April, Korea Telecom became the first INTELSAT customer to implement a 45 Mbit/s satellite link using the 16 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) technique, a new modulation technique that improves the efficiency of bandwidth utilization.
Action man Mike, 43, used the solar-powered satellite link to get a helicopter to 28-year-old Eamon Fullen, who had a suspected heart attack 5,300ft up the world's highest peak.
This satellite link can also be used to transmit voice communication and data (terminal geo-location and SMS) from the tactical cell to the control room thanks to an IP interface module Radio Access Gate (AGR-IP).
The new lease consists of a 45 Mbit/s satellite link from the US to Hong Kong, and a cable return link.
com, a leading provider of application acceleration solutions over the Wide Area Network (WAN), today announced that the Expand Networks Accelerators have won the Network Testing Lab's World Class Award for Best Satellite Link Performance Enhancement, clearly beating out Packeteer (recently acquired by Blue Coat), ViaSat, iDirect, and Comtech in an independent testing conducted by Network Testing Labs.

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