Software development for a satellite signal analyzer
Ohlson, John Everett
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A Satellite Signal Analyzer is being constructed by the Satellite Communications Laboratory of the Naval Postgraduate School. The purpose of this system is to provide highspeed spectrum analysis and characterization of the outputs of UHF communication satellite transponders while in orbit and operating...
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