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An integrated mobile satellite broadcast, paging, communications and navigation system

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1 Author(s)
G. K. Noreen ; Radio Satellite Corp., Long Beach, CA, USA

The design of an integrated mobile satellite broadcast, paging, communications, and navigation system is described. Ku-band RadioSat ground stations will broadcast digital audio signals and data packets (including alphanumeric pages and group cells) to mobiles through a satellite to be launched in 1993. Each mobile radio will simultaneously receive L-band digital audio and data broadcasts from the satellite and L-band navigation broadcasts from the Global Positioning Systems (GPS) through a common omnidirectional mobile antenna and receiver front end. RadioSat mobile radios will use GPS broadcasts and differential corrections sent through the satellite to navigate with 2-m accuracy. With optional transmitters, RadioSat mobile radios can support two-way voice and data communications

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IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 4 )