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The first in a series of three volumes, Space Interference provides an in-depth look at interference problems in satellite communications. Presented from an applied satellite or space craft-oriented point of view, rather than from the theoretical models perspective, each satellite subsystem is described in enough detail to point out the interference and noise problems associated with it. Structured to allow those involved in satellite-based wireless communications systems design to address practical interference problems at the hardware level in the early stages of the design and development process, this hardware-oriented approach will prevent interference issues from rising to levels that could affect satellite performance in the later stages of development, where costs and schedules are of primary concern. Satellite engineers will be able to obtain a comprehensive view of interference concerns that arise at each subsystem development.
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Arturo Pérez-Reverte Gutiérrez (born 25 November 1951 in Cartagena) is a Spanish novelist and journalist.
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