SATNET

AcronymDefinition
SATNETSatellite Network
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Similar priority capabilities existed in the other data-link layers supported by IP: PRNET and SATNET (47)
Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) in collaboration with International Centre for Alleviation of Poverty through Sustainable Agriculture (CAPSA) Indonesia, Food Security Centre (FSC) University of Hohenheim, Germany, Sustainable Agricultural Technologies Network (SATNET) Asia and Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) Islamabad organized 5-day International Workshop (Write shop) on "Identifying Sustainable Agricultural Technologies and Translating Research Findings into Information Accessible to Extension Workers and Farmers" at National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC) Islamabad from July 01-05, 2013.
(146) Another was the Atlantic Packet Satellite Network (SATNET), which used a satellite to establish a packet-switched connection to locations in Maryland, West Virginia, England, and Sweden.
Swansea Metropolitan for example has forged links between artists and industry across science, health care, environment and technology through European funded projects such as SATnet (Science-Art-Technology network), and CIRIC (the Creative Industries Research and Innovation Centre) and through the research centre, CLASI, (Centre for lens-Arts and Science Interaction).
called TownNet and SATNet. The materials for this case study come from
The newly launched system features the world's first dual capability DVB-SCPC & DVB-RCS terminal, SatNet terminal model S5400.
From ARPANET also spawned the short-lived satellite network (SATNET).
The other licensees include Hutchison Telecommunications Technology Investment Ltd., Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co., Pacific Century Matrix (H.K.) Ltd., China Digital satNet Ltd.
The origins of speech transmission over long-haul packet networks stem from the ARPANET and SATNET experiments, which spawned packet-based multimedia conferencing research on both sides of the Atlantic.
He has connected through the VR SatNet and used his computer agent George, appearing in the form of an Avatar (a virtual representation of a being) on the screen to guide his journey.
Current projects include moving image Wales, textiles technologies, creative innovation in micro-enterprises and SATnet, which provides a link between artists and businesses in the science and technology sectors.