An Economical High Speed Satellite Data Transmission System (1990)

By Charles M. White and Clyde Robbins, Jerrold Communications

This paper will present and review the techniques and considerations used for delivery of 28 channels of CD quality digital audio via one satellite transponder. Subjects include bandwidth, tolerable bit error rates, forward error correction, and carrier to noise ratios.

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