AuthorSlivkoff, W. J.
AffiliationStanford Telecommunications, Inc.
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AbstractSpace-Ground-Link-System (SGLS) is a specific capability of an earth terminal which, in conjunction with a space vehicle (SV) transponder, provides Tracking, Telemetry and Commanding (TT&C) services for space vehicles. This paper describes a multi-purpose, single chassis earth terminal receiver/ processor (R/P) which provides and supports those services. The R/P utilizes digital design techniques and microprocessor executed algorithims that provides a design that is physically small (12 inch high chassis), reliable (MTBF > 4000 hours) and parameters/performance that exceed most present and future TT&C requirements.
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