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24 P. Ε. (b) (c) Glaser erectable s y s t e m s using e l e m e n t s fabricated on E a r t h erectable s y s t e m s using e l e m e n t s fabricated in space Déployable systems are widely used for the p r e s e n t generation of satellites, w h e r e the structure and c o m p o n e n t s are p a c k a g e d into the launch vehicle and deployed ready for use w h e n the desired orbit is reached. E r e c t a b l e s y s t e m s could be p r o d u c e d in the form of large-area structures that unfold at the desired orbit for assembly and w h o s e sections t h e n can be joined either manually or automatically.

F o r e x a m p l e , a 5-GW S P S operating at 3 G H z would scatter 3 m W nearly isotropically if the storm cell height w e r e 1 km. At a range of 10 k m , the scattered m i c r o w a v e b e a m p o w e r 4 2 density would be about 2 x 10" m W / c m . Therefore, scattering by rain or hail is not e x p e c t e d to increase sidelobe levels significantly or b r o a d e n the main microwave b e a m . b . Ionospheric Propagation. A m o n g the several possible interactions of the microwave b e a m with the ionosphere are the following: Ambient refraction of the microwave beam by the ionosphere.

8. 45 C o m p a r i s o n o f external energy subsidies for alternative power plants: (1) plant at mine mouth; (2) conversion and power plants both at mine mouth ( L u r g i process); (3) includes modifications to original D e v e l o p m e n t S c i e n c e s , I n c . , report. N o t e that 20-year life is assumed unless otherwise noted. ) 44 />. Ε. Glaser for the S P S , including the operating subsidy. 6 yr (Livingston, 1978). Evaluation of energy ratios on a " f u e l - i n c l u d e d " and " f u e l - e x c l u d e d " basis indicated that the S P S s e e m s to be more efficient than coal or nuclear technology in utilizing fossil fuels to p r o d u c e electricity ( H e r e n d e e n , 1978).

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