The demand assignment time division multiple access (DA-TDMA) system has remarkable advantages with regard to effective utilization of satellite traffic channels and network flexibility. The DA-TDMA system is one of several developments for application to integrated digital satellite communications, which transmit digitally integrated information signals between ground stations. The experimental DA-TDMA system designed for an integrated digital satellite communication experiment has a 20 Mbps bit rate and operates in a fully variable demand assignment mode.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Japan telecommunications review|
|Publication status||Published - 1981 Jan 1|
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