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Advances in Communications Satellite Systems. Telecommunications

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The International Communications Satellite Systems Conference (ICSSC) is one of the most influential technical conferences in the field. The 36th edition was held in October 2018 in Niagara Falls, Canada. These proceedings present a broad spectrum of space communications contributions from the conference, from the evolution of GEO from traditional area coverage to Ultra High Throughput Satellites (UHTS), the growing number of mega constellations expected to enter service in the next decade, navigation applications such as vehicle autonomy, wideband data backhaul from scientific and remote sensing payloads in LEO, and the extension of the 5G and beyond network to near earth, lunar and deep space environments in support of human exploration.

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- Chapter 1: Overlapping Clustering for Beam-hopping Systems
- Chapter 2: Rateless codes for satellite systems over rain fading channels
- Chapter 3: Distributed precoding for multiple satellite systems with overlapping coverage areas
- Chapter 4: A Mitigation Technique for Adjacent Channel Interference in Communication Satellites
- Chapter 5: Adaptive Resources Allocation for Flexible Payload Enabling VHTS Systems: Methodology and Architecture
- Chapter 6: Modifications to Multi-beam Systems for DRRM
- Chapter 7: Adaptive Onboard Compensation of Non-Linear HPAs and Imperfect Butler Matrices in Multiport Amplifiers for High Throughput Satellites
- Chapter 8: Productized Multicarrier Predistortion Total Throughput Gains around 20% over Linearized Channels in True Customer Use Cases
- Chapter 9: Novel RF Architectures and Technologies for VSAT
- Chapter 10: V-band low-noise amplifier module for high throughput satellite applications
- Chapter 11: A Modular Architecture for Low Cost Phased Array Antenna Systems for Ka-Band Mobile Satellite Communication
- Chapter 12: On the Capacity of Asynchronous Cooperative Noma in Multibeam Satellite Systems
- Chapter 13: A COTS-Based Software-Defined Communication System Platform and Applications in LEO
- Chapter 14: Satellite Payload Design for Cislunar Communications
- Chapter 15: Research and development approach to realize flexible optical ground network operations for effective data downlink from space to ground
- Chapter 16: Diversity Architectures for High Data Rate Ground-to-Satellite Optical and EHF Links
- Chapter 17: On the VHF radio channel for the data exchange system via satellite (VDE-SAT); experimental results from the NorSat-2 Satellite Experiment
- Chapter 18: Field trials of the VHF data exchange system (VDES) satellite downlink component
- Chapter 19: Demonstration of Autonomous Bandwidth Allocation Scheme using SC-FDMA subcarrier switching
- Chapter 20: Robust initial access technique of spread spectrum based on DVB-RCS2 standard for mobile application
- Chapter 21: System Level Modelling of Dvb-S2x in High Throughput Satellite System
- Chapter 22: Mobility enhancement for digital video broadcast networks via satellite
- Chapter 23: Hardware Demonstration of Precoded Communications in Multi-beam UHTS Systems
- Chapter 24: Beam-hopping over-the-air tests using DVB-S2X super-framing
- Chapter 25: Implementation of a Machine Learning Based Modulation Scheme in GNURadio for Over-the-Air Packet Communications
- Chapter 26: Maximizing data throughput in earth observation satellite to ground transmission by employing a flexible high data rate transmitter operating in x-band and Ka-Band
- Chapter 27: An efficiency comparison between timeslicing and multi-carrier transmission for linearized transponders
- Chapter 28: Use cases to business modelling of satellite backhaul in 5G
- Chapter 29: Efficient 5G Edge Caching Over Satellite
- Chapter 30: Capacity Enhancement and Interference Management for Interactive Satellite Networks
- Chapter 31: VLEO Satellites: A New Earth Observation Space Systems Commercial and Business Model
- Chapter 32: Towards the Internet for Space: bringing cloud computing to space systems
- Chapter 33: Adjacent Beams Resource Sharing to Serve Hot Spots: A Rate-splitting Approach
- Chapter 34: Symbol vs Block Level Precoding in Multi-beam Satellite Systems
- Chapter 35: Time Correlation Used to Improve Time Diversity Gain of Rainfall Prediction
- Chapter 36: Protection of the Mobile Station from the Interference By Maritime Earth Station in Motion in the 28 Ghz Band
- Chapter 37: Channel States Information based Spectrum Sensing Algorithm in Satellite Cognitive Communication Networks
- Chapter 38: Wideband Nonlinearities Correction in Digital Payloads Channels with Parallel Architectures
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Ifiok Otung Professor of Satellite Communications.
University of South Wales (USW), UK.

Professor Ifiok Otung is Professor of Satellite Communications at the University of South Wales (USW), UK. His areas of expertise include Mobile & Satellite Communication Systems and Radiowave Propagation. He is a Chartered Engineer with a broad and international experience of research and teaching at various universities in Europe and Africa. He earned his PhD in Satellite Communications from the University of Surrey, UK. He has written several advanced books including 'Digital Communications Principles and Systems' (IET, 2014). He is a member of the IET and AIAA.

Thomas Butash

Dr Thomas Butash founded Innovative Aerospace IS in 2011 to provide consulting services on state-of-the-art aerospace information systems (IS), with a focus on communications satellite systems design. Previously, he was a Technical Director and Engineering Fellow at BAE Systems (formerly Lockheed Martin, Loral and IBM) Space Systems & Electronics, with more than 30 years' experience in communications satellite systems development. He has authored numerous papers, co-authored a textbook on optimal signal processing, holds four patents on digital communications signal processing and numerous professional awards. He Chairs the AIAA Communications Systems Technical Committee's ICSSC Steering Subcommittee and is an AIAA Fellow and received the BS, MS and Ph.D. EE from the University of Maryland.

Peter Garland
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