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George Gulyaev
George Gulyaev

[FSX] Pacific Islands Simulation - Atolls Of Tuvalu Generator

the island link topology is considered to allow for communication between islands, or between the island-to-island communications and the island-to-grid communications. even though radio frequencies can be used for island-to-island communications, the lack of radio spectrum would make it difficult to have frequencies allocated for radio communications. hence, to allow for communication between islands, a single frequency could be used for radio communication between the islands.

[FSX] Pacific Islands Simulation - Atolls of Tuvalu generator

fiji, samoa, and tonga was colonised by the british empire and other european countries after wwii. with the exception of new zealand and australia, the other atolls are small to moderate size atolls, where the population is about the same size as rural people in australia. however, the population density in the atolls of tuvalu vary with vaitupu having the highest population density of 895 people per square kilometre and funafuti has a population density of 556 people per square kilometre. to accommodate visitors to their shores, the palau international airport is located on the atoll of bartolome, where the airport is at more than 3,500 feet above sea level. the airport is serviced by air niugini, air pacific, jetstar pacific and virgin australia. pilgrims island is located just off the atoll of vatuvu and is a populated island with a population of about 2,000 people. tuvalu has a population of approximately 11,000 people. the atolls of tuvalu have a combined land area of 77,386 hectares with a total length of 340 km.

linguistic evidence indicates that the austronesian language family originated in the south-east asia area and spread westward as the seaborne austronesian voyagers settled south-east asia, taiwan, and the islands of the pacific. the languages of austronesian is a huge language family that has been estimated at more than 1000 languages. the australian languages belong to the branch of this family known as the oceanic languages. there are at least 50 languages of oceanic origin including tongan, samoan, niue, hawaiian, tuvaluan and new zealand maori. other languages of austronesian origin include malay, malagasy, philippine, cambodian, javanese, papuan, malaysian, sinhalese, singhalese, and many others. the berande languages of new guinea, which includes and papuan and western new guinea languages are also part of austronesian. austronesian words make up 22% of all the world's languages including polynesian languages, melanesian languages, and indonesian languages and are spoken in asia, the pacific, and the indian ocean.


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