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Regenerative Satellite Mesh - A (RSM-A) is an internationally standardized satellite communications protocol by Telecommunications Industry Association and European Telecommunications Standards Institute.

It is based upon the SPACEWAY K<sub>a</sub>-band communications system developed by Hughes Network Systems. It is expected to be utilized by the Hughes Network Systems satellite called SPACEWAY-3.

The standard is meant to provide broadband capabilities of up to 512&nbsp;kbit/s, 2&nbsp;Mbit/s, and 16&nbsp;Mbit/s uplink data communication rates with fixed K<sub>a</sub>-band satellite terminal antennas sized as small as 77&nbsp;cm.

The standard consists of the following documents:
  • TIA-1040.1.01 Physical Layer Specification; Part 1: General Description
  • TIA-1040.1.02 Physical Layer Specification; Part 2: Frame Structure
  • TIA-1040.1.03 Physical Layer Specification; Part 3: Channel Coding
  • TIA-1040.1.04 Physical Layer Specification; Part 4: Modulation
  • TIA-1040.1.05 Physical Layer Specification; Part 5: Radio Transmission and Reception
  • TIA-1040.1.06 Physical Layer Specification; Part 6: Radio Link Control
  • TIA-1040.1.07 Physical Layer Specification; Part 7: Synchronization
  • TIA-1040.2.01 MAC/SLC Layer Specification; Part 1: General Description
  • TIA-1040.2.02 MAC/SLC Layer Specification; Part 2: SLC Layer
  • TIA-1040.2.03 MAC/SLC Layer Specification; Part 3: ST-SAM interface

General Description

The standard describes the various segments...
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