AffiliationLockheed-Martin Space Operations
National Aeronautical Space Administration
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AbstractThe development of unique solutions to telemetry processing using the latest technologies is often fraught with the uncertainty of the system working correctly within the schedule for operational support. This uncertainty can be reduced considerably by analyzing the performance of the system during the development and incremental test stage. This paper describes a method by which the analysis may be carried out during development so that the system will have the capability in the required time for mission support. This paper will show how different system models lend themselves to the requirements, and how the analyses identifies areas of high risk. The paper will also describe a case study whereby these three alternatives to telemetry processing have been used and could have been analyzed so that they would have met the requirements in a timely manner.
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