00 Hardcover TK7871 This scholarly volume on the state of the art of High Altitude Platforms (HAP) presents the latest research in this emerging field of broadband communications technology.
What does HAP stand for?
HAP stands for High Altitude Platform
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We have 226 other meanings of HAP in our Acronym Attic
- Health Administration Press (American College of Healthcare Executives)
- Health Advocacy Program (various locations)
- Health Alliance Plan (Michigan)
- Healthcare Assistance Program (various locations)
- Healthy Aging Partnership (Puget Sound, WA)
- Hearing Aid Program (various organizations)
- Hierarchical Analytical Protocol
- High Accident Potential
- High Achievers Program (various locations)
- High Altitude Parachutist
- High Assurance Platform
- High Average Power
- Higher Achievement Program (education)
- Highly Abundant Protein (immunology)
- Hillside Agricultural Project (Jamaica)
- Histidine Acid Phosphatase
- Hitachi Automotive Products (various locations)
- Holiday Assistance Program (various organizations)
- Home-owners' Assistance Program
- Homeownership Assistance Program (Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
They discuss future network architectures, deployments, and technologies, including cross layer designs to provide quality of service, end-to-end delay reductions, seamless mobility, and IP-based transport provisioning, and new technologies like cooperative services, services from high altitude platforms and radio over fiber, and new business design models.
May 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- StratoComm Corporation (STCO) has long supported ongoing regulatory efforts directed to assuring availability of telecommunications frequency spectrum required for use in the operation of High Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS).
First responders on the ground will have access to the terrestrial network using LTE modems to the High Altitude Platform via the large footprint from the airborne cell and a microwave link.
The High Altitude Platforms (HAPs) would fly higher than Concorde but be much closer to Earth than orbiting satellites.
Handbook of Broadband Communications from High Altitude Platforms provides a thorough overview and state of the art of the HAP enabling technologies, as well as describing recent research activities with most promising results.
This first completion phase provides the Company with an exclusive license to market and sell low, medium, and high altitude platforms and other products conceived by TAO to interested commercial, governmental and military clients in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Chile.
Key Topics Covered: * Preface * 1 Introduction * I Basic Concepts * 2 Satellites and High Altitude Platforms * 3 Spectrum and Propagation * 4 Antennas and Noise * 5 Modulation and Coding * 6 Satellite Access and Networking * 7 Doppler and Pseudo-range (Navigation) * 8 Compression, Speech, Audio and Video Encoding * II Techniques and Systems * 9 Digital Broadcasting Techniques and Architectures * 10 Broadcast Systems * 11 Communications Architectures * 12 Satellite Communications Systems * 13 Satellite Navigation Techniques * 14 Navigation, Tracking and Safety Systems * 15 Remote Sensing Techniques * 16 Remote Sensing Systems * 17 The Future For more information visit http://www.