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High throughput satellite systems: An analytical approach
KA-SAT has represented a new generation of high throughput satellites (HTS) with the largest range of spots delivering a capacity of 90 Gbit/s for a big variety of services starting from web access in homes to satellite news gathering and domestic broadcasting. HTS systems need a crucial approach in terms of communication system requirements and payload analysis. This paper presents the typical system design of such systems and provides an analytical approach to elements that are needed for the estimation of forward and come capacity, the key issue in these systems. These elements include the effective isotropic radiated power (EIRP) and also the gain over noise temperature (G/T) cumulative densities, the carrier-to-inference (C/I) estimations and also the capability assessment for the forward and come links.
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