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The Space e-Wastage Satellites are Rebuilt Process in Earth

R. Saravanan, V. Harinisree, E. Malini

Abstract: VIVEKANANDHA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR WOMEN ELAYAMPALAYAM,TIRUCHENGODE-637205 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING Submitted by GUIDE NAME:R.Saravanan. AP/EEE (sarava.007@gmail.com) STUDENTS NAME:1.V.Harinisree.(vkharimalusree998@gmail.com) 2.E.Malini.(malinimalusms@gmail.com) The space e-wastage satellites are rebuilt process in earth Abstract: The report aims at providing patent based evidence on the available technologies and the patenting trends in the area of electronic waste (e-waste) recycling and material recovery waste, while it is intended to provide background and supporting information to the Partnership for Action on Equipment under the Basel Convention and computing complement . a large number of satellites and spacecraft will be lifted and sent into orbital this year, and this will enhance our understanding of space and other phenomena on process in the earth that impacts us, including climate change, natural disasters, and agricultural patterns. With increasing levels of autonomy, there will be a need for remote communication networks to enable communication between spacecraft. Future space missions are envisioned to become more complex and operate farther from Earth which will need to support autonomous operations implementing,Inter-satellite communications based on the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model.

Keywords: Satellite,e-waste,recycling,inter-satellite

Country: India, Subject Area: Aerospace Engineering

Pages: 405 - 407

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019

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R. Saravanan, V. Harinisree, E. Malini, "The Space e-Wastage Satellites are Rebuilt Process in Earth", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i11/show_abstract.php?id=ART20202335, Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019, 405 - 407

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