Browsing International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, Volume 36 (2000) by Subjects
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FQPSK DEVELOPMENTS RECOMMENDED FOR CCSDS STANDARDIZATION BY NASA JPLIn 1992, international space agencies became concerned that increasing frequency band congestion, together with attempts by the mobile telephone industry to obtain additional bandwidth, would result in substantially more interference incidents. The CCSDS undertook a technical study to identify and recommend more bandwidth efficient modulation schemes, which would permit more users to co-exist in a frequency band while reducing interference incidents. This paper describes the contribution of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to that effort.
A SYNCHRONOUS REAL TIME NETWORK BASED WIRELESS AIRBORNE DATA ACQUISTION SYSTEMThe purpose of this paper is to present a chronology from a Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) showing the impact of a wireless network architecture on future airborne data acquisition systems. The major advantages and challenges associated with the use of wireless network data acquisition versus wired time division multiplexing systems are rooted in data latency, bandwidth efficient data transmission while maintaining a low bit error rate and not interfering with existing avionics. Many of the issues raised are subtle and complex. It is not the intent of this paper to give these issues the thorough academic and technical analysis they deserve. It is the hope of the authors that this paper will generate awareness and discussion on these issues.