AffiliationScientific Research Corporation
command and control link
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AbstractIn recent years the telemetry community has encountered a growing demand for bandwidth from users and a corresponding loss of spectrum. The Advanced Range Telemetry (ARTM) Program has responded to this situation with an initiative to develop, demonstrate, and improve the management and control of telemetry resources using demand assigned multiple access (DAMA) techniques. This initiative has proceeded along two paths. The first path is in the development of an expert system to facilitate the scheduling of telemetry missions and the deconfliction of their frequencies. This system emphasizes the graphical manipulation of mission data and uses a genetic algorithm to search for an optimal set of mission frequencies. The second path is the development of a bidirectional command and control link to remotely control and configure the frequency of a telemetry link. This link uses the simple network management protocol (SNMP) over a wireless Internet Protocol (IP) network implemented with Digital Communications Network System (DCNS) units.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering