little LEO system

little LEO system

[¦lit·əl ¦lē·o ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
A system of small satellites in low earth orbit (LEO) that provides messaging, data, and location services but does not have the capability of voice transmission.
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Little LEO systems are those that offer paging, remote sensing, and two-way data and message transmission, but no voice services.
Little LEO systems operate below 1 GHz and provide services such as e-mail, paging and messaging typically in rural areas difficult to serve with terrestrial infrastructure.
The report lists a total of 20 communication services systems: three broadband, six big and eleven little LEO systems that are in development currently.