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A primary antenna is tracked by an antenna tracking system in order to follow a moving signal source, like a communication satellite.
The tracking signal from the satellite is received by a secondary antenna, which has a wider beam than the primary antenna.
Depending on the relative location of the satellite and the antenna position, the primary antenna is tracked using a predetermined search pattern, which changes the signal loudness.
The two antennas’ signal strength signals are sent into a summation function, which subtracts the two signals to determine the signal strength.
The two signals’ noise and signal variation components are essentially identical; thus they are removed from the resulting difference signal.
Antenna tracking systems can be used for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint communications across broadband and microwave radio systems.
The Global tracking antennas market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For precise pointing and tracking up to complete hemisphere coverage, these positioners can be modified to fit a variety of customer-provided sensors.
L3Harris’s SATELLITE TRACKING ANTENNAS National security, scholarly research, and commercial endeavours all depend on tracking antennas to provide communications downlink, telemetry, and control of low earth orbiting satellites conducting a range of remote sensing and communications missions.
With frequencies ranging from UHF to V-Band and reflector diameters up to 20 metres in diameter, it provides a wide range of equipment that can function in harsh environments from the arctic to the tropics.
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