Generation Satellites

Some articles on generation satellites, generation, satellite, satellites:

Satellites - Globalstar's Second-generation Satellites
... has been awarded a €661 million contract for the second-generation 48 satellite constellation ... The satellites are being designed with a life expectancy of 15 years, significantly longer than the design life of Globalstar’s first-generation constellation. 9 million agreement with Thales Alenia Space to upgrade the Globalstar satellite constellation, including necessary hardware and software upgrades to Globalstar’s satellite control network ...
Orbcomm - Satellites
... The current-generation satellites each weigh 42 kg (93 lb) ... Each satellite has a 56 kbit/s backhaul that utilises the popular TDMA multiplexing scheme and QPSK modulation ... Orbcomm is the only current satellite licensee operating in the 137-150 MHz VHF band, which was allocated globally for "Little LEO" systems ...
List Of GOES Satellites
... This is a list of Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites ... The first three GOES satellites used a Philco-Ford bus developed for NASA's Synchronous Meteorological Satellites, which preceded GOES ... Two SMS satellites had been launched SMS-1 in May 1974, and SMS-2 in February 1975 ...

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