AffiliationTENA Software Development Activity (SDA)
MetadataShow full item record
CitationHudgins, G., & Secondine, J. (2021). TENA, JMETC, and BDA Tools for Telemetry. International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, 56.
AbstractTM often requires operators on location with receive system(s) or at a remote console, resulting in TDY for operators and possibly a shortage of operators to support all scheduled operations. A remote-control capability along with centralized data collection could eliminate existing personnel requirements at both the local system antenna site as well as the control facility, greatly reducing operational costs and providing insight to system status. TENA provides for real-time system interoperability, as well as interfacing existing range assets, C4ISR systems, and simulations; fostering reuse of range assets and future software systems. JMETC is a distributed, LVC capability using a hybrid network solution for all classifications and cyber. TENA and JMETC in conjunction with BDA tools and techniques, allow for the most efficient use of current and future TM range resources via range resource integration, critical to validate system performance in a highly cost-effective manner.