Cover: Crosstalk of Frequency-Multiplexed Signals in Saturating Amplifiers.

Crosstalk of Frequency-Multiplexed Signals in Saturating Amplifiers.

Published 1963

by W. L. Doyle

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A study of an important problem in designing communication satellite systems; namely, the choice of a method which permits several ground stations to have simultaneous access to the same satellite. One method is to assign a different transmitting frequency to each station and to amplify the signals in a common repeater in the satellite. The results of this study are directly applicable to such a mode of operation and describe its quality and efficiency

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