This book emphasizes U.S. policy considerations in as much as the U.S. has been at the forefront of satellite technology and its application. It addresses the impact of the earlier U.S. policy of global monopoly on the development of international satellite systems.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Introduction -- Communications Satellites, Systems and Services -- U.S. Policy of Global Monopoly and its Aftermath -- U.S. Policy of Global Competition -- International Allocation of Space Resources -- Domestic Assignment of Space Resources -- Conclusions -- Frequencies Assigned to Satellite Communication1 -- 1989 Satellite Performance Chart -- The OSI Model
George A. Codding