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AJAS. 2020; 1(1): 1-1


HAPS Technology: The New Generation For Wireless Communication Systems

assadeq Abolhaoshat Mansour albendag.

Abstract
The demand to achieve higher data rates for wireless
communications has accelerated the efforts to design more
innovative communication infrastructures. Terrestrial and
satellite systems are used to provide mobile
communications services. Both technologies have many
benefits but they also have few limitations. Recently, an
innovative way of overcoming the limitations of both the
terrestrial and satellite systems is to provide wireless
communications via High Altitude Platform Station
(HAPS). It is based on quasi-stationary aerial platforms
operating in the stratosphere. HAPS can be balloon, manned
or unmanned aerial platforms located at 17 to 25 km above
the ground. HAPS acts as base-stations or relay nodes,
where subscribers can transceive the data directly with the
platform to be then switched to other subscribers within the
same coverage area, or through heterogeneous networks to
reach any other specific destinations.

Key words: HAPS


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