The World Wide Web Amateur Satellite Ground Station
Bible, Steven R.
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The World Wide Web Amateur Satellite Ground Station (http://gndstn.sp.nps.mil) (Figure 1) provides a glimpse into the world of digital communications Amateur Satellites through the Internet's World Wide Web. The Web is the fastest growing facet of the Internet today. It is characterized by its intuitive and easy to use graphical user interface client program, sometimes called a browser or navigator, which is available for a variety of computing platforms...The Web Ground Station is located at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. It is part of the Satellite Development Program in the Space Systems Academic Group. The Web Ground Station is an outgrowth of the Anateur Satellite ground station that is provided for students to learn about the operations of low earth orbit digital communications satellites. The Web Ground Station is an experiment in combining two dissimilar networks vis a gateway computer.
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