Researchers discover novel, cost-effective way to harness satellite signals

For decades, satellites have helped meteorologists forecast weather, offer cable, television, and radio providers a way to relay signals to their customers, and provide scientists with a tool to gather data for various types of research. Enormous, high-cost, stationary antennas have long been the instrument used to capture these signals, but now, as low orbit satellites become more abundant, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are finding ways to harness satellite frequencies using small, low-cost, mobile devices.

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