Ground System

Some articles on ground system, ground, systems:

Folded Unipole Antenna - Typical Setup
... A typical AM broadcast antenna is a series-fed monopole antenna above a ground system ... The ground system normally comprises 120 buried copper or phosphor bronze radial wires at least one-quarter wavelength long and a ground-screen in the immediate vicinity of the tower ... All the ground system components are bonded together, usually by brazing or using coin silver solder to minimize corrosion ...
Ground System Architectures Workshop - Beginnings
... In the mid-1990s, a small group of ground system architects and researchers at Aerospace envisioned a series of annual workshops to help ground system ... Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) cosponsored the first Ground System Architectures Workshop (GSAW) held at the Aerospace campus in El Segundo, California, USA ... That first GSAW focused on the role of software architectures in spacecraft ground system standardization, implementation (using commercial products ...
Geography Of Africa - Plains
... desert, is divided into separate basins by other bands of high ground, one of which runs nearly centrally through North Africa in a line corresponding roughly with the curved ... from the Ethiopian highlands (the chief gathering ground of the flood-water), it separates the great desert with its fertile watershed, and enters the Mediterranean at a ... down the southern slopes of the band of high ground stretching across the continent from 10° to 12° S ...
Ground System Architectures Workshop
... GSAW, the Ground System Architectures Workshop, is an international forum for spacecraft ground system users, developers, and researchers to share their experiences through presentations, working groups, and ... in cooperation with the Space and Missile Systems Center, the National Reconnaissance Office, and other organizations ...

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