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Shoal uses systems thinking to help our clients define and deliver large scale projects in complex environments. We work with people from diverse industries in the early stages of understanding and planning their largest and most challenging projects.
Link: https://www.shoalgroup.com/ (Actived: Wednesday Jun 12, 2019)
Link: http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/3453168.htm (Actived: Wednesday Mar 14, 2012)
Figure 2: The Antarctic broadband demonstrator nanosatellite (image credit: UTIAS/SFL). All GNB spacecraft contain two identical OBCs (On-Board Computers). The HKC (Housekeeping Computer) enables communications with the ground, as well as telemetry collection and mass data storage, while an ADCC (Attitude Determination and Control Computer) controls a suite of sensors and actuators.
Link: https://earth.esa.int/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/a/antarctic-broadband (Actived: Wednesday Jun 12, 2019)
However, the Antarctic Broadband consortium – comprising a number of universities and private companies – is aiming to change all that. Their proposal is to launch a constellation of small satellites in a highly-elliptical orbits with a high-bandwidth communications payload specifically design for the needs of Antarctic users.
Link: https://www.sciencealert.com/antarctic-broadband (Actived: Wednesday May 22, 2019)
A Molniya orbit (Russian: Молния, IPA: [ˈmolnʲɪjə] (), "Lightning") is a type of satellite orbit designed to provide communications and remote sensing coverage over high latitudes.It is a highly elliptical orbit with an inclination of 63.4 degrees, an argument of perigee of 270 degrees, and an orbital period of approximately half a sidereal day.
Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molniya_orbit (Actived: Wednesday Jun 12, 2019)
Link: http://theconversation.com/connecting-antarctica-a-broadband-revolution-for-the-great-white-continent-2183 (Actived: Tuesday Sep 20, 2011)
Antarctic broadband program ANU ScienceWise Magazine - Winter 2011 The Antarctic is the last great uninhabited wilderness on Earth and has long held a fascination for humans inspiring early explorers to struggle and frequently die in search of its hidden secrets.
Link: https://rsaa.anu.edu.au/research/research-stories/antarctic-broadband-program (Actived: Friday Jun 7, 2019)
The Antarctic Broadband program, led by Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd, is developing a broadband satellite communications service aimed at meeting the data transfer needs of the entire Antarctic community. The project is supported by the federal government's Australian Space Research Program (ASRP) and will use small-satellite technology provide a new communications infrastructure.
Link: https://rsaa.anu.edu.au/research/established-projects/antarctic-broadband-program (Actived: Sunday Jun 2, 2019)
Link: http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2011/05/12/3214882.htm (Actived: Thursday May 12, 2011)
Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312119913_Antarctic_Broadband_Fast_Internet_for_the_Bottom_of_the_Earth (Actived: Wednesday Jun 12, 2019)
Link: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?filename=0&article=1060&context=smallsat&type=additional (Actived: Sunday May 26, 2019)