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 ==== IRA: Ring Alert ==== ==== IRA: Ring Alert ====
-Ring alerts are sent periodically by the satellite to every sport beam. Every 90 ms a new ring alert gets sent to another ​sport beam. There are 48 sport beams, so every 4.32 s a ring alert is sent to the same spot beam.+Ring alerts are sent periodically by the satellite to every spot beam. Every 90 ms a new ring alert gets sent to another ​spot beam. There are 48 spot beams, so every 4.32 s a ring alert is sent to the same spot beam.
  
 Example: Example:
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 |12|Ring alert interval|RAI:​48| Always 48 in the live system| |12|Ring alert interval|RAI:​48| Always 48 in the live system|
 |13|Unknown|?​00| | |13|Unknown|?​00| |
-|14|Broadcast channel sub-band|bc_sb:​07|Brodcast channel for the sport beam is in this sub-band|+|14|Broadcast channel sub-band|bc_sb:​07|Brodcast channel for the spot beam is in this sub-band|
 |15-|TMSI pages|PAGE(tmsi:​0ca5b2e2 msc_id:01) PAGE(NONE)|A NONE page signifies the end of the list of pages| |15-|TMSI pages|PAGE(tmsi:​0ca5b2e2 msc_id:01) PAGE(NONE)|A NONE page signifies the end of the list of pages|
  
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 == Spot Beam Location == == Spot Beam Location ==
-Locations with a low altitude (e.g. < 10 km) can be treated as the location where the SV thinks that the particular ​sport beam is hitting the earth’s surface. Note that this is not the location of a subscriber.+Locations with a low altitude (e.g. < 10 km) can be treated as the location where the SV thinks that the particular ​spot beam is hitting the earth’s surface. Note that this is not the location of a subscriber.