Initial Efforts in Augmenting a Missile Telemetry Unit to Operate in C-Band
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AbstractCurrently most of the missile telemetry systems operate in the lower S-Band frequency range (2200-2290 MHz). Due to Federal Government plans to repurpose this frequency spectrum to commercial entities, missile telemetry systems will have to migrate to operate in the lower C-Band range (4400-4940 MHz) as well. This move in the operational frequency requires the upgrading of not only the Range ground receiving equipment, but the airborne transmitting units as well. This paper will detail the efforts required to augment a missile telemetry unit from operating in S-Band to C-Band.
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