Geostationary satellites orbit at the same rate as the Earth's rotation, essentially remaining above the same location throughout their lifetimes.
What does GEOSAT stand for?
GEOSAT stands for Geostationary Satellite
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See other definitions of GEOSAT
- Global Episode Opinion Survey
- Goddard EOS
- Graphic Environment Operating System
- Geographic Synthetic Aperture Radar
- Geostationary Search And Rescue
- Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Synthetic Aperture Radar
- GEOS Launch by Ariane (ESA geostationary satellite with elliptical Orbit)
- Geodesy Satellite (Navy)
- Geodetic Earth Orbiting Satellite
- Geodetic Satellite
- Geosynchronous Satellite
- Geochemical Ocean Section
- Geochemical Ocean Section Study
- Geographic Situation
- Geographic Situation Report
- Global Earth Observation System of Systems (EPA)
- Gestione Ordini e Statistiche
- Grupo de Estudos de Ordenamento do Território e Ambiente (Portugal)
- Guild of Essential Oil Therapy for Animals (UK)
- Geomagnetic Tail Laboratory
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0, Atmel's GPS chipset is now capable of receiving SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation Systems) signals from multiple geostationary satellites such as WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) in the USA or EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigational Overlay System) in Europe simultaneously.
net, uses geostationary satellites already orbiting the earth above the equator.
a consortium which operates the lone commercial geostationary satellite over the United States, has dragged its feet, Noreen said.
The service utilizes the Inmarsat system of geostationary satellites to ensure maximum quality of service, the fastest message delivery times.
ICO Global Communications (Holdings) Limited ("ICO") (NASDAQ:ICOG) today announced that the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") has granted ICO's request for milestone extensions in connection with the construction and launch of ICO G1, the company's geostationary satellite for ICO North America.
GSM/UMTS operators are increasingly using geostationary satellites for backhauling cellular traffic from remote cell sites to their switching centers, particularly in those locations where geography and/or distance challenge the viability of more traditional backhauling technologies, such as microwave or terrestrial leased lines.
ICO North America (ICO) today announced that it has signed an agreement to launch its geostationary satellite on an Atlas V rocket provided by International Launch Services (ILS).