Electronics and Communication Engineering - Satellite Communication - Discussion

Discussion :: Satellite Communication - Section 1 (Q.No.2)


Rotation of a geosynchronous satellite means its

[A]. drift from stationary position
[B]. wobbling
[C]. three-axis stabilization
[D]. three-dimensional stabilization

Answer: Option B


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Syed Danish Ahmad said: (Mar 29, 2014)  
What is geosynchronous satellite?

Engr Azeem Mirza said: (May 23, 2014)  
Geostationary orbit which moved around earth at a distance of 3000 4000 km and move as earth moved it is length is 1 sidereal day.

Swati said: (Jun 23, 2014)  
What is wobbing?

Atul said: (Sep 21, 2014)  
Its the satellite that has fixed position with respect to the earth. If satellite is fixed on Mumbai then it will revolve around the earth in such a way that it will remain on Mumbai.

Sneha said: (Feb 24, 2015)  
What is sidereal day?

San said: (Jun 20, 2015)  
How many geosynchronous satellite are there presently?

Kumari said: (Aug 7, 2015)  
You know one thing that it requires only 4 satellites to cover entire earth.

Venkatchary said: (Sep 1, 2015)  
How many satellites required to cover the entire earth at a time?

A.W.Yaqoob said: (Oct 9, 2015)  
There are 3 Geosynchronous Satellite that cover whole earth. Geosynchronous Satellite appears at a fix point due to the same speed as of earth. The term "Synchronous".

Rahul said: (Jul 23, 2016)  
What is the meaning of wobbling and geosynchronous?

Manikanta Basuthkar said: (Oct 3, 2016)  
Is it required 3 or 4 satellites to cover entire earth? Please, clarify.

Amjad Ali said: (Oct 14, 2016)  
3 satellites are required to cover the whole earth. Each at 120 degrees so the total will be 360 degrees.

Arjungowda said: (Oct 30, 2016)  
Wobbling means shaking.

Vamshi said: (Jan 17, 2018)  
Geo means earth and synchronous means with a same speed. So geosynchronous satillite revoloves same speed around the earth.

Keshav said: (Nov 5, 2018)  
Is geosynchronous and geostationary satellite are same? Please give details.

Yaswi said: (Nov 21, 2018)  
Geostationary orbits fall in the same category as geosynchronous orbits, but it's parked over the equator. While the geostationary orbit lies on the same plane as the equator, the geosynchronous satellites has a different inclination. This is the key difference between the two types of orbits.

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