TRANSPORTABLE TT&C TERMINALS: CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMS DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
AuthorKannard, Keith B.
AffiliationThe Kannard Company
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AbstractSustaining operations of critical satellites throughout the modern conflict spectrum has become a key issue in our national defense posture. Ground and air transportable Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) terminals are a viable solution when their design addresses the broad systems requirements that are dictated by today’s needs. Rapid deployment and quick deactivation of these systems along with related systems design requisites need to be examined. Autonomous as well as internetting capabilities, modular and flexible approaches for operational, reliability and maintainability needs, commercial versus military hardware and mission interoperability are systems design concepts that are considered.
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