Browsing International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, Volume 29 (1993) by Authors
Automated Analysis Tools for Reducing Spacecraft Telemetry DataVoss, T. J.; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) (International Foundation for Telemetering, 1993-10)A practical description is presented of the methods used to reduce spacecraft telemetry data using a hierarchial toolkit of software programs developed for a UNIX environment.
Automated Application of Calibration Factors on Telemetered DataKalibjian, J. R.; Voss, T. J.; Yio, J. J.; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (International Foundation for Telemetering, 1993-10)A long standing problem in telemetry post processing is the application of correct calibration factors to telemetered data generated on a system which has had a history of hardware changes. These calibration problems become most exacerbated when old test data is being examined and there is uncertainty as to hardware configuration at the time of the test. In this paper a mechanism for introducing a high degree of reliability in the application of calibration factors is described in an implementation done for Brilliant Pebbles Flight Experiment Three (FE-3).
Automated Binding of Attributes to Telemetry DataKalibjian, J. R.; Voss, T. J.; Yio, J. J.; Hedeline, B.; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Ball Aerospace Systems Group (International Foundation for Telemetering, 1993-10)An automated method is described for binding attributes to extracted data from a telemetry stream. These attributes can be used by post processing utilities to facilitate efficient analysis. A practical implementation of such a scheme is described.