Trade-offs in communications designs, Other Engineering

Trade-offs in Communications Designs

  • Satellite and Deep Space Communications

              - Power is expensive to generate in space and transmission distances are enormous - Must energy efficient

  • Microwave Relay Towers

              - Power is cheap, but available bandwidth is restricted by - Power is cheap, but available bandwidth is restricted by regulation-Must be bandwidth efficient

  • Cellular Phones

               - Power is costly (impacts battery life and size) but bandwidth is also limited - Must be both bandwidth and power efficient

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