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ITU-R S.1717 - Electronic data file format for earth station antenna patterns
September 1, 2015 - ITU-R

Although the standard reference patterns for FSS and BSS earth station antenna main-beam and side-lobe gain, such as those in Recommendations ITU-R S.465, ITU-R S.580, ITU-R BO.1213 or ITU-R BO.1900 among many others are adequate for many interference studies, cases sometimes arise...

TIA/EIA-411 - Electrical and Mechanical Characteristics of Earth Station Antennas for Satellite Communications
September 1, 1986 - TIA

PREFACE The objectives of EIA-411-A, Electrical and Mechanical Characteristics of Earth Station Antennas for Satellite Communications," are the following: (a) to provide standard terms, definitions, and concepts for the mechanical and RF design of earth station antennas,...

ITU-R QUESTION 280/4 - Receiving earth station antennas for the broadcasting-satellite service
January 1, 2009 - ITU-R
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ITU-R M.694 FRENCH - Reference radiation pattern for ship earth station antennas
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R M.694 - Reference radiation pattern for ship earth station antennas
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R S.1717 FRENCH - Electronic data file format for earth station antenna patterns
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R M.694 SPANISH - Reference radiation pattern for ship earth station antennas
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R S.1717 SPANISH - Electronic data file format for earth station antenna patterns
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R SF.1717 - Electronic data file format for earth station antenna patterns
January 1, 2005 - ITU-R
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ITU-R SA.2078 - Protection of space research service earth stations from mobile (aircraft) stations in the 2 200-2 290 MHz band
August 1, 2015 - ITU-R

This Recommendation gives the required coordination distance of 880 km between space research earth stations and transmitting mobile (aircraft) stations to protect the space research earth stations in the 2 200-2 290 MHz band.

ITU-R RAPPORT 1048 FRENCH - FADING REDUCTION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R REPORT 1048 - FADING REDUCTION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R INFORME 1048 SP - FADING REDUCTION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R REPORT 922 - REFERENCE RADIATION PATTERN FOR SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1986 - ITU-R
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ITU-R RAPPORT 922 FRENCH - REFERENCE RADIATION PATTERN FOR SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1986 - ITU-R
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ITU-R INFORME 922 SPANISH - REFERENCE RADIATION PATTERN FOR SHIP EARTH-STATION ANTENNAS
January 1, 1986 - ITU-R
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ITU-R RAPPORT 921 FRENCH - SYSTEM ASPECTS OF DIGITAL SHIP EARTH STATIONS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R REPORT 921 - SYSTEM ASPECTS OF DIGITAL SHIP EARTH STATIONS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R INFORME 921 SPANISH - SYSTEM ASPECTS OF DIGITAL SHIP EARTH STATIONS
January 1, 1990 - ITU-R
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ITU-R REPORT S.2223 - Technical and operational requirements for GSO FSS earth stations on mobile platforms in bands from 17.3 to 30.0 GHz
October 1, 2011 - ITU-R

Introduction GSO fixed-satellite service networks are being used at an increasing rate to provide services to earth stations mounted on mobile platforms. GSO FSS networks are currently providing valuable broadband telecommunications services to aircraft, ships, trains and other...

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