NASA/NSF Panel report on satellite communications systems and technology. by NASA/NSF Panel on Satellite Communications Systems and Technology.

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Published by International Technology Research Institute, JTEC/WTEC Program, Loyola College in Maryland in Baltimore, Md .

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  • Artificial satellites in telecommunication.

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Other titlesSatellite communications systems and technology., Analytical chapters.
StatementBurton I. Edelson ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA TM -- 109398., NASA technical memorandum -- 109398.
ContributionsEdelson, B. I., National Science Foundation (U.S.), Loyola College in Maryland. International Technology Research Institute.
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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL16114877M

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