Overlapping clustering for beam-hopping systems

Overlapping clustering for beam-hopping systems

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Beam hopping system sharing transmitting resources in time enables satellites and gateways to reduce their costs for increased HTS capacity. However, the conventional beam hopping system decreases frequency efficiency if the traffic demands vary among clusters because it shares their resources only in a cluster. Therefore, this paper proposes the novel beam hopping technique which overlaps each of clusters to share transmitting resources among them. The effectiveness of the proposal is verified through simulation results.

Inspec keywords: mobile satellite communication; aircraft communication; satellite communication; telecommunication traffic

Other keywords: novel beam hopping technique; increased HTS capacity; conventional beam hopping system; gateways; transmitting resources; beam hopping system sharing; beam-hopping systems; frequency efficiency; satellites; traffic demands

Subjects: Optimisation techniques; Satellite communication systems; Mobile radio systems

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