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AbstractMany systems in use today to generate the set up information for Data Acquisition Units (DAUs) and for Telemetry Ground Stations are tailored around the requirements for a particular set of supplier's hardware. This makes adding support for a new supplier a costly operation. An attempt is under way to enable development of a system that could be used to set up a DAU and a Telemetry Ground Station with equipment from the currently existing suppliers as well as future suppliers. The goal is to reduce the impact of adding a different supplier's hardware into a system. As the first step in this process it was necessary to agree upon a Concept of Operations that could meet the needs of multiple companies. Once the Concept of Operations was developed then the standards necessary to enable the development of this type of a system could be considered. This paper discusses the Concept of Operations that was developed and the rationale behind the decisions that were made.
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