In recent years, satellite technology has evolved, leading satellites to use continuously more powerful satellite frequencies that avoid dispersion.
There are, in fact, numerous frequency bands for satellites that, in addition to being used for radio communications, are also used in the field of astronomy, weather forecasting, mapping, data transmission, and many other applications.
Between the frequency elevation and its amplitude, there is a directly proportional link. The higher the frequency band, the wider the bandwidth. However, they are more prone to signal degradation due to the absorption of radio signals by atmospheric agents such as rain, snow, or ice.
Find below, a list with a quick description of the various bands on which satellite frequencies travel on and also their purpose:
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