Mike Richards

ID:772
First Name:Mike
Last Name:Richards
Web Address:http://homepage.mac.com/richam/
Last Change:2005-09-03
Number of Files:11 (123rd most prolific)
Number of Downloads:81,778 (104th most downloaded)

ALBW 1.1   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   3KB/1KB
ScreenshotALBW = Allocated Bandwidth. This is a program for satellite communication engineers and planners. It determines the amount of bandwidth required to accommodate a carrier signal on a satellite transponder, given the data rate, coding, and modulation methods. Version 1.1 incorporates occupied bandwidth.
By Mike Richards. 2001/03/02

IMOD3 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/2KB
ScreenshotCalculates third order intermodulation products in frequency processing devices. It was developed with satellite communications in mind, for the purpose of identifying overdriven earth stations, based on observed intermodulation products in a satellite transponder. The program has general application where 3rd order intermodulation products need to be calculated.
By Mike Richards. 2001/01/26

MacIR   (details) 48 ENG   1051KB
Emulates the HP Infrared Printer on a Macintosh.
By Mike Richards. 2000/01/30

SATCO 3.1.1   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   381KB/51KB
ScreenshotProvides satellite communications link budgeting, antenna siting, and sun interference calculations for geosynchronous satellites. Generates horizon profile drawings and predicted spectrum analyzer traces. Calculates antenna parameters, and bandwidth allocations. Provides for direct conversion and calculation of decibels and carrier to noise ratios. Compatible with 48GX, 48G+, 49G, 49g+, 48gII, and 50g.
By Mike Richards. 2005/09/03

SatDish 1.1   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   40KB/2KB
ScreenshotA program to determine the transmit gain, receive gain, and figure of merit (G/T) of a parabolic satellite communications antenna. It uses antenna diameter, efficiency, transmit frequency, receive frequency, and receive system noise temperature as inputs. Although developed for satellite communications, it should work with any parabolic antenna system.
By Mike Richards. 2005/06/04

SATlt 1.3   (details) 48 ENG   101KB/7KB
ScreenshotLight version of SATCO, a geosynchronous orbit satellite communications calculator. It provides basic information to help with antenna siting and alignment. It also predicts solar conjunctions (sun interference). Version 1.3 includes satellite and city databases.
By Mike Richards. 2002/03/31

SATlt 1.3   (details) 49/50 ENG   71KB/7KB
ScreenshotLight version of SATCO, a geosynchronous orbit satellite communications calculator. It provides basic information to help with antenna siting and alignment. It also predicts solar conjunctions (sun interference). Version 1.3 includes satellite and city databases.
By Mike Richards. 2002/03/31

TimeHack 1.0   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   974KB/1KB
TimeHack performs clock synchronization between two calculators or between a calculator and a Macintosh. Works with IR or wire connection on the HP 48SX, 48G+/GX or 49G.
By Mike Richards. 2002/04/10

TruHPoint 1.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   15KB/7KB
ScreenshotProvides satellite antenna pointing angles with 3 decimal point accuracy. Allows accurate calibration of antenna tracking systems. Based on Intelsat Earth Station Standard (IESS) 412.
By Mike Richards. 2002/03/31

TruHPoint 1.0   (details) 48 ENG   17KB/7KB
ScreenshotProvides satellite antenna pointing angles with 3 decimal point accuracy. Allows accurate calibration of antenna tracking systems. Based on Intelsat Earth Station Standard (IESS) 412.
By Mike Richards. 2002/03/31

Wire   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/1KB
ScreenshotConverts American Wire Gauge (AWG) sizes to equivalent area and diameter.
By Mike Richards. 2000/03/12

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