The ground facility which transmits electronic communication to a satellite.
The portion of a satellite circuit extending from an earth station to the satellite. See downlink.
Satellite: The act of sending data from an earth station up to a satellite, or data that is sent from an earth station up to a satellite.
Part of a satellite communications system from which signals are transmitted from earth to satellite.
Data transmitted to the surface via Sondex Ultralink cable telemetry.
The path from the mobile terminal to the base station. This term is normally associated with GSM and UMTS networks.
The wireless link that is used by a user station to transmit information (signal) to a wireless base station, access point, or satellite. Contrast with downlink.
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satellite dish with electronics capable of sending or "uplinking" a signal to a satellite.
the path, or link, from a transmitting earth station to the satellite. The term is frequently applied to a transmitting earth station.
The transmission of a radio signal up the hierarchy of infrastructure equipment, for example, from the mobile station (MS) to the base transceiver station (BTS), or from a base station controller (BSC) to a mobile services switching centre (MSC).
The communication link from a transmitting earth station to a satellite.
A signal's path from the Earth to a satellite.
The portion of a satellite circuit extending from the user terminal to the satellite. The Globalstar system establishes the service uplink in the L-Band.
a transmission from Earth to a spacecraft or the path of such a transmission
a facility with a satellite dish designed to transmit a signal up to an orbiting satellite for the purpose of dissemination to one or multiple downlink facilities
a satellite antenna and transmitting system which can be used to send signals up to orbiting communications satellites
The earth station that transmits signals to a satellite for relay to another location on the ground.
it's the transmission path from base station to a satellite
1. To transmit a signal from an earth station to a particular communications satellite transponder. The earth station capable of transmitting a signal to a satellite. (See also: Dish, Downlink, TVRO)
Signals sent to a satellite from an earth-based transmitter and antenna.
In satellite telecommunication, an uplink is the link from a ground station up to a satellite.
Transmission of your transmitter's signal to the satellite.
The portion of a communications link used for the transmission of signals from an earth terminal to a satellite or to an airborne platform. Note: An uplink is the converse of a downlink Pertaining to data transmission from a data station to the headend.
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to send a signal up to a satellite requiring a special dish and reservation of time on the satellite.
The earth station electronics and antenna which transmit information to a communication satellite.
Uplink refers to the function of a transmission signal being sent from a ground station on Earth to a satellite.
An earth station that transmits a signal to a communications satellite.
is the connection made when a communications signal is sent from a transmitter on the Earth to an orbiting satellite.
As used in cellular terms, the process of a mobile station sending data to the base site
An uplink is the connection from a mobile device to the base station of a GSM network.
The communication link (the dish and associated electronics) used for transmitting from the earth station to the satellite.
The portion of a satellite circuit or a satellite dish which transmits signals from a ground station to the satellite.
Transmitting to a satellite for relay. Also earth station used to transmit signals to a satellite.
Transmissions from client to AP.
The process of sending, or hardware used to send, a signal from a ground station to a satellite.
A radio link from a mobile terminal to a base station.
The transmission path from the mobile station up to the base station.
The earth station used to transmit signals for a satellite videoconference.()
The signal that carries information from an earth station source up to a satellite.
In satellite communications, the signal from the earth station to the satellite.
The act of transmitting signals from an earth station or earth terminal to a satellite transponder.
Communication between an Earth-based transmitter and a satellite.
Transmission of information from an earth station to a geostationary communications satellite.
Technical term for data transmission in the direction from the subscriber to the network, or rather back to the provider or Internet provider. Also called back channel . The opposite transmission direction, the 'transmission channel', is called the 'uplink' in technical jargon.
The transmission link from an earth station to a communications satellite.
a.k.a. Reverse Link The connection from the end-user communications device to the network. In satellite communications, also refers to the connection from a terrestrial transmitter to a satellite. See Also: Downlink, Forward Link, Reverse Link
The transmission of radio frequency signals to a satellite from an earth station.
The part of a satellite communications link that involves signal transmission from the ground and reception on-board the satellite. See also Downlink.
The earth station used to transmit signals to a satellite.
The signal path from an earth station to a satellite.
The transmission of video and audio signals to a designated satellite for distribution to authorized downlink sites. Transmission signals maybe encrypted or unencrypted.
A sending antenna. A transmitter sends its signal to a large parabolic dish antenna that is aimed at the intended relay satellite.
To transmit to a satellite for relay; also, the dish used to transmit.
A transmission course by which signals are sent from the ground to an aircraft or a communications satellite.
The site for a video conference from which a signal is sent to a satellite.
In order for a satellite broadcast to take place, the point of origin must transmit (uplink) a signal to a satellite that it then relays back to Earth. The word uplink also characterizes the infrstructure used for transmitting a signal to the satellite: audio and video control equipment, transmitters, parabolic antenna. Back to the TOP
A radio link from a site on the earth or from an aircraft to a satellite.
The return signal from the user to the base station.
Describes the telecommunications radio or microwave link between a ground station and a satellite.
The portion of a telecommunications path from the ground to the satellite, also referred to as the forward link.
The earth station electronics and antenna that transmits information to a communication satellite.
Transmission from an earth-based station to a satellite. 9.39
Transmission from earth to a satellite. See also Downlink.