Products/Services for Geostationary Satellite Orbit
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Satellite Communications Equipment - (203 companies)
Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio Services - (39 companies)...providers transmit radio programming via the open airwaves, cable networks, and communications satellites. They differ in terms of cost, coverage and capabilities. Some terrestrial radio and satellite radio service providers offer nationwide or regional... Learn More
Mobile Satellite and Mobile Command Center Services - (35 companies)Mobile satellite and mobile command center services provide setup and installation of mobile communication centers and mobile communication equipment. Mobile satellite and mobile command center services install and configure mobile communication... Learn More
GPS Instruments and Modules - (341 companies)...that become necessary when there are changes to either a satellite 's orbit or to Earth 's ionosphere. By using the information in the almanac and ephemeris signals, GPS receivers can determine the time required to transmit a signal. Because that time... Learn More
Communication Service Providers - (1538 companies)Communication services providers include phone companies, satellite companies, and internet service providers (ISP). Communication service providers include phone companies, satellite companies, and internet service providers (ISP). The market... Learn More
Antennas - (1108 companies)
GPS Chips - (55 companies)...to pinpoint their precise location on the earth. The system relies on 24 satellites that orbit the earth twice per day. A GPS chip receives transmissions from a few of the satellites and is able to discern very precise positioning data. Different approaches... Search by Specification | Learn More
Roller Screws - (22 companies)...stiffness and smooth motion. Roller Screws Information. Roller screws, also commonly known as planetary roller screws or satellite roller screws, convert rotary to precise linear motion in a similar manner to ball screws or lead screws. Roller screw devices... Search by Specification | Learn More
Product News for Geostationary Satellite Orbit
DSTI - Dynamic Sealing Technologies, Inc.
Rotary Union for In-orbital Satellite Refueling NASA's final mission of space shuttle Atlantis transported a unique robotic satellite refueling system that integrates specialized rotary unions engineered by DSTI. In 2010, when the space agency needed a fluid transfer solution for an in-orbital refueling system, DSTI proposed a design for a compact rotary union that met the challenge. With the need for an exceptionally small design, the final solution resulted in specialized components and seals suitable for a microgravity environment... (read more)Browse Rotating Unions Datasheets for DSTI - Dynamic Sealing Technologies, Inc.
CAMERON Valves & Measurement
ORBIT® in Molecular Sieve Dehydration the operator avoid start-up problems (at new facilities and after major shutdowns), improve the drying of natural gas feedstock which increases throughput of the unit and extend the life of dryer switching valves (reducing cost, unscheduled maintenance and unexpected shutdowns). Valves that seal tightly, handle high regeneration temperatures and withstand frequent cycling are required for such processes. Cameron ’s ORBIT ® rising stem ball valve is ideal for these harsh environments... (read more)Browse Ball Valves Datasheets for CAMERON Valves & Measurement
CAMERON Valves & Measurement
ORBIT® Rising Stem Ball Valve The ORBIT ® Rising Stem Ball Valve from Cameron offers a unique, highly-reliable valve with positive shut-off and repeated re-sealing capability. The key to the success of the valve is the rising stem that lifts the ball away from its seat before turning, so that the seats are protected from wear and degradation from the rotation. Orbit Product Animation . Orbit Technical Brochure. The ORBIT ® Rising Stem Ball Valve  ... (read more)Browse Ball Valves Datasheets for CAMERON Valves & Measurement
Ametek Solartron Metrology
Orbit® ACS Automation and Control System Solartron Metrology, the world leader in digital gauging probe innovation introduces the Orbit ® ACS SI100 and SI200. Both naturally come with all of the standard metrology functions such as zero, preset and TIR. The unit can also be programmed to provide limit information. SI100. Stand alone 1 channel unit. Full colour display provides analouge and digital reading. Modbus communications or Solartron serial outputs. SI200. Stand alone 2 channel unit. Full colour display provides... (read more)Browse I/O Modules and Instruments Datasheets for Ametek Solartron Metrology
Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
New LNA for Satellite and Automotive Applications Skyworks is pleased to introduce the SKY67175-306LF, a 2320 –2345 MHz, two stage, high linearity, and high gain low noise amplifier (LNA) for satellite radios and automotive applications. The SKY67175-306LF is a highly integrated satellite digital audio radio service (SDARS) LNA with great RF performance, reliability and efficiency. Its ultra-low noise figure (0.57 dB) performance is superior to legacy, three-stage, discrete, field-effect transistor (FET) LNAs and the device offers lower... (read more)Browse RF Amplifiers Datasheets for Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Honeywell Analytics, Inc.
Honeywell's Satellite XT Transmitter with Sensor Satellite XT Transmitter with Sensor from Honeywell Analytics. The digital Satellite XT is built on LonWorks® technology. Life safety systems built on a LonWorks® network platform allow users to leverage the cost efficiencies of distributed controls while maintaining the integrity and reliability necessary for code compliant safety applications. The Satellite XT is the simple solution for all "Point-of-Use" gas detection needs. Based upon the market's smallest and most reliable electrochemical... (read more)Browse Gas Transmitters Datasheets for Honeywell Analytics, Inc.
Satellite Navigation System Lightning Protector GPS, Galileo, EGNOS, WASS, GLONASS - Maximum Protection and passes DC!. Nextek, Inc. has recently released a new surge protector specifically designed for use in Global Navigation Satellite Systems. With an ultra low clamping voltage of only 8 volts and a very fast response time of 10ns, this new protector will protect even the most sensitive of systems from both LEMP and NEMP type surges. 1.15GHz - 1.61GHz. N-female to N-female. Very Low Let-Through: See datasheet for variants. Trigger time... (read more)Browse Surge Suppressors Datasheets for NexTek, Inc.
Heat Exchange & Transfer, Inc.
Satellite Systems Offer The Best Alternative! Most centralized heat transfer systems control the temperature of individual users by modulating the amount of flow through each user. However, this approach is limited to applications where all users require heating only and at roughly the same temperature. Satellite systems offer the best alternative for applications which require flow rates higher than available from the central fluid system or require both heating and cooling operations. The systems are pre-piped packaged units that contain... (read more)Browse Temperature Controllers Datasheets for Heat Exchange & Transfer, Inc.
Ametek Solartron Metrology
New Orbit® LTH Linear Measurement Sensor Solartron Metrology, the world leader in linear measurement innovation, has now added another high performance sensor to it ’s lineup!. Orbit LTH is a Laser Triangulation unit for higher precision measurements, with 0.02% F.S. reading over 2 or 10mm measurement ranges. With the 2mm stroke, that means accuracy up to +/- 0.4 µm!. Features. 2mm and 10mm ranges. +/-0.02% F.S. Accuracy (2mm). Up to 0.04 µm resolution. CMOS Technology. 40 khz sampling speed. Plugs into Orbit... (read more)Browse Dimensional Gages and Instruments Datasheets for Ametek Solartron Metrology
GE Digital Energy
MDS™ Orbit MCR-4G Wireless Communications MDS ™ Orbit MCR-4G is a highly secure, industrial grade, wireless communications product for broad based applications, such as control center and well site pad monitoring, and video surveillance. MDS Orbit MCR-4G serves the need for localized WiFi communications with a cellular back-up or backhaul option, while still providing the extended temperature range and industrial grade packaging inherent to the MDS product lines. Key Benefits: Built for harsh environments and mission... (read more)Browse Wireless Modems Datasheets for GE Digital Energy
Just consider the downside of satellites. The geostationary orbit alone now harbours thousands of new, unused and expired satellites that constitute an expensive band of clutter. Geostationary satellite channels suffer a transmission delay dictated by distance in excess of 0.3 of a second...
...launches of telecommunication satellites into geostationary orbits per year, but the trend will be toward heavier satellites in the 4.5 to 5.5-ton range. These are the missions the Delta IV and Ariane 5 were built for: getting heavier, sometimes multiple payloads into orbit. And those added...
Wireless Local Loop. 10. GSM. 10. IP. 11. ATM. 11. Technology which is starting to come into use. 11. ADSL. 12. Cable modems. 12. Geostationary satellite interaction. 13. Terrestrial broadcast interaction. 13. Powerline. 13. HSCSD, GPRS. 14. Fixed Wireless Access. 14. Passive Optical Networks. 15...
Engineering Web Search: Geostationary Satellite Orbit
Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites
Geostationary Operations Environmental Satellite (GOES) Status.
NOAA's Satellite and Information Service (NESDIS)
Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R Series (GOES-R)
What is geosynchronous satellite? - A Word Definition From the...
These types of satellite are said to have a geostationary orbit, and it is the most common type of orbit for communications satellites.
Earth observation satellite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For spacecraft carrying instruments for which an altitude of 36000 km is suitable the Geostationary orbit is sometimes the preferred choice.
Satellite constellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(LEOs) are often deployed in satellite constellations, because the coverage area provided by a single LEO satellite only covers a small area that
Missions - GOES D - H - NASA Science
Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite
Geostationary Orbit The most common orbit used for satellite communications is the
Heavens-Above Home Page
10 day predictions for: ISS | Tiangong 1 | N. Korean satellite X-37B | Genesis-1 / 2 | Envisat | FITSAT-1 | HST
ESA - Eduspace EN - Home - Satellite orbits
Satellite in orbit Satellite orbits Introduction A satellite can remain in the same orbit for a long period of time as