A Primer on Satellite Communications

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For he did not patent the idea of a geostationary orbit and, believe it or not, orbits can and have been patented. (Recall the recent patent controversy between Odyssey and ICO.) However, despite the tongue-in-cheek subtitle, the famous author would not have profited from his idea for two reasons...
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First, arguably, prior art existed in the literature. In 1929 the Austrian engineer H. Noordwig observed that a satellite at an altitude of 35,786 km in the equatorial plane would appear motionless when viewed from earth (as cited by Bruno Pattan in Satellite Systems: Principles and Technologies)...
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