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As frequency goes up, satellites are more prone to atmospheric interference; however, modulation schemes and error correction can make transmissions at high frequencies viable. Geosynchronous Satellites Satellite services are determined in part by the orb s position with respect to the earth. Geosynchronous satellites (also known as GEOs) are the most common type, offer the broadest coverage, and have orbital speeds equivalent to the earth s own velocity of rotation. Orbits are as high as 24,000 miles above the earth. Three GEOs can supply global coverage, and network management is comparatively simple. Services from GEOs are reliable and offer network availabilities approaching those of fiber. But GEOs have higher latencies due to the length of signal paths, which presents a problem for highly interactive wireless data applications requiring fast response times and turnarounds. Still, companies such as Motient and Cingular Interactive have been successful offering a GEO satellite service to complement their terrestrial coverage. Mid-Earth Orbit Systems By contrast, mid-earth orbit systems (MEOs) position themselves a few thousand miles from earth, with orbital speed s faster than earth s rotation. They require more ground infrastructure than geosynchronous systems, are more expensive to manufacture, have greater mass, and must be radiation-hardened. MEOs have been most effective thus far in the government space, although some commercial satellite companies (e.g., TRW and ICO) have announced commercial deployments for this century. Low Earth Orbit Satellites The third type of satellite, low-earth orbit or LEOs, is the most controversial. They require very large constellations of satellites to ensure coverage, have limited footprints, and high rotational speeds. Located just a few hundred miles above the earth, LEO constellations have been used by Orbcomm, Iridium, and Globalstar. Orbcomm has enjoyed popularity for terrestrial data coverage, primarily to monitor and control fixed and mobile assets such as railroad cars. Iridium, which operated on a global satellite telephony model, suffered bankruptcy, and Globalstar is also deeply in debt (Alan Pearce, Is Satellite Telephony Worth Saving," in Wireless Integration, September-October 1999, page 19). Price resistance to many LEO-based satellite services remains a serious problem; and as terrestrial
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