The rocket or launcher used to put a satellite in orbit.
Liquid crystal display
A flat-panel screen technology that uses liquid crystals to create images. It is based on the display technology used in digital watches and calculators.
Low-earth orbit of up to 800 km above the earth. This orbit is used by a constellation of satellites to provide a world wide mobile phone service.
Amplifier used in a middle of a network to reamplify a signal.
Low noise block
A small down converter mounted at the focal point of a satellite dish. It converts and amplifies high-frequency satellite signals (usually in GHz) into low frequency ones (usually in MHz).
A band used for satellite transmission (from 10.70 GHz to 11.70 GHz).