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Martian spacecraft have uplink and downlink windows that vary throughout the year due to differences between Earth and Mars rotations, according to Canberra.
Sometimes those envelopes contain the uplink, or commands.
In the case of the WGN news broadcast, engineers were able to change the frequency used in the uplink to the John Hancock tower after a brief interruption, and the audio from the pirate transmission was drowned in static.
Instead of computing on its own, Minitel connected to remote services via uplink, like a 1960s mainframe or a modern Google Chromebook.
However, some groups will need 10 years, and others like air combat training telemetry and high-powered satellite uplink users, will just share spectrum rather than move to a new spectrum band.
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