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GSNGame Show Network
GSNGrants for Student Needs (Canada)
GSNGovernment Security News
GSNGigabyte System Network
GSNGlobal Services Network
GSNGprs Support Node
GSNGCOS Surface Network
GSNGPRS Support Node (3GPP)
GSNGreen Suppliers Network
GSNGround Station Network (University Space Engineering Consortium)
GSNGlobal School Net (est. 1984)
GSNGlobal Seismic Network
GSNGeneral Surgery News (publication)
GSNGigabyte System Network (CERN)
GSNGeneral Software Note
GSNGeological Survey of Namibia
GSNGrocery Shopping Network (Minnesota)
GSNGlobal Services Network (Washington, DC)
GSNGlobal Sisterhood Network
GSNGoal Structuring Notation
GSNGundam Seed Net (anime forum)
GSNGuatemala Solidarity Network
GSNGeneric Sequence Number
GSNGoshen Junction (Amtrak station code; Goshen Junction, CA)
GSNGreen Spider Network
GSNGeodesic Sensor Net
GSNGlobal Subscriber Number
GSNGrayson Space Navy (Honor Harrington science fiction novels)
GSNGlobal Seamless Network (Deutsche Telekom AG)
GSNGPRS Serving Node
GSNGlobal Shippers' Network
GSNGateway Services for Netware
GSNGet Smart Network
GSNGlobal Settlement Network (UK)
GSNGovernment Serial Number
GSNGovernment Satellite Network
GSNGerman Society of Neurogenetics
GSNGovernment Secure Network (Saudi Arabia)
GSNGeneral Structural Notes (construction, structural engineering)
GSNGrowler Secure Network
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Infostellar is a satellite communications infrastructure provider developing a quick and flexible ground station network called StellarStation.
Amazon and Lockheed are hoping to lessen that load by operating a global ground station network of their own and renting it out to organizations of all sorts.
And, Lockheed Martin Verge customers benefit from being able to upload satellite commands and data through AWS Ground Station and to quickly download large amounts of data over the high-speed AWS Ground Station network. Both Lockheed Martin Verge and AWS Ground Station customers can now integrate satellite data with the rich portfolio of AWS services, including compute, storage, analytics, and machine learning.
NASA's Deep Space Network supports ESA's Ground Station Network for spacecraft tracking and navigation.
Satellite ground station network includes fully integrated, cost-effective and automatic ground stations to enable worldwide real-time satellite operations.
It was decided to maintain the spacecraft in operation using NASA's 70 m-diameter ground station network allocated on a 'spare-capacity' basis.
As part of the 30-month long process, the existing European Ceostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS) ground infrastructure (implemented on a 30 ground station network) will be used to collect existing satellite data, evaluate currently available performance and extrapolate what will be the ultimate performance of the Galileo system.
However, it must be noted that the data broadcast by the satellite are applicable to users in regions that have a corresponding ground station network. The ground station network would be operated by the service provider (e.g., civil aviation administration), whereas INMARSAT is responsible for the space segment.
The NEN is currently augmenting its ground station network to provide communication services for future spacecraft.
Companies can also test their product's performance with the simulated MUOS ground station network at the same facility.
FlightAware s new MLAT technology leverages its extensive ground station network of receivers to provide real-time flight positions for business aviation aircraft that are not ADS-B equipped, even where RADAR data is not available.
A multi-protocol ground station network, which implements both the low-performance frequencies, VHF-UHF, and S-band and X-band, allowing an easy switching to the band needed for communicating with all the satellites in orbit.