TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SURVIVABLE/MOBILE SPACE SUPPORT SYSTEMS
AuthorWinslow, Roger G.
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AbstractThe increased United States dependency on space systems for military operations has resulted in the need for major upgrades in the survivability of our space systems in both the space and ground segments. Achievement of this survivability upgrade is in turn dependent on the exploitation of new technologies across a broad spectrum of disciplines. This paper will focus on the technologies which must be considered for enhancing the survivability of the space mission ground segment. Technologies to be discussed will include nuclear hardened mobile terminals, rapidly deployable multiple frequency antennas, ranging from S-Band to EHF, A-J communications, standardization, application of VHSIC and VLSIC, Artificial Intelligence, simulation and built-in test.
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