21 September 1979 User-Oriented End-To-End Transport Protocols For The Real-Time Distribution Of Telemetry Data From NASA Spacecraft
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Proceedings Volume 0180, Real-Time Signal Processing II; (1979) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957311
Event: Technical Symposium East, 1979, Washington, D.C., United States
Abstract
The primary function of NASA space missions is to deliver remotely-sensed measurements of a domain of interest to a scientific or applications user community on Earth. As the ability of the user to independently process and analyze these measurements increases so does his appetite for rapid delivery of the data in order that timely interaction with his remote instrument may occur. This paper describes a proposed set of standard telemetry protocols which facilitate the end-to-end transport of instrument data, from the spacecraft to the user, in real time and at potentially high cost-efficiency.
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Adrian J. Hooke, "User-Oriented End-To-End Transport Protocols For The Real-Time Distribution Of Telemetry Data From NASA Spacecraft", Proc. SPIE 0180, Real-Time Signal Processing II, (21 September 1979); doi: 10.1117/12.957311; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957311
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