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71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube for High Data Rate Satellite Communication

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71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube for High Data Rate Satellite Communication. / Li, Xiang; Huang, Xuejiao; Letizia, Rosa et al.

IVEC 2017 - 18th International Vacuum Electronics Conference. IEEE, 2018.

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Li, X, Huang, X, Letizia, R & Paoloni, C 2018, 71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube for High Data Rate Satellite Communication. in IVEC 2017 - 18th International Vacuum Electronics Conference. IEEE, International Vacuum Electronics Conference 2017, 24/04/17. https://doi.org/10.1109/IVEC.2017.8289656

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Li X, Huang X, Letizia R, Paoloni C. 71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube for High Data Rate Satellite Communication. In IVEC 2017 - 18th International Vacuum Electronics Conference. IEEE. 2018 Epub 2017 Apr 24. doi: 10.1109/IVEC.2017.8289656

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Li, Xiang ; Huang, Xuejiao ; Letizia, Rosa et al. / 71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube for High Data Rate Satellite Communication. IVEC 2017 - 18th International Vacuum Electronics Conference. IEEE, 2018.

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abstract = "The increasing demand of high data rate is posing a high pressure to actual mobile networks. Fiber and wireless networks cover most of the populations, but there are many regions uncovered by a satisfactory service. The distribution of internet by satellite communications is already available at microwave frequency. The request of multigigabit data rate needs a wide bandwidth that only millimeter waves can provide. The band 71 – 86 GHz offers two sub bands of 5 GHz each suitable for satellite communications. However, due to the high atmosphere attenuation, an adequate transmission power has to be provided. The preliminary design of a 71 – 76 GHz Traveling Wave Tube based on the Double Corrugated Waveguide, for millimeter wave satellite communications is reported.",
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