Optimum Monthly Based Selection of Ground Stations for Optical Satellite Networks - 2018


Satellite Communication networks at optical frequencies are proposed to produce a terribly high throughput for backhauling applications. During this letter, the monthly variation of cloud coverage statistics is investigated and exploited for the optimum choice of optical ground stations. Optimization algorithms for the selection of the minimum variety of ground stations satisfying the monthly availability needs of the entire network are given. The active ground optical stations per month are calculated. Numerical results of the proposed models are presented.

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