SPACE-BASED TELEMETRY AND RANGE-SAFETY STUDY TRANSCEIVER AND PHASED-ARRAY ANTENNA DEVELOPMENT
Reliable Systems Services Corporation
KeywordsTDRSS (Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System)
NGLT (Next Generation Launch Technology)
STARS (Space-Based Telemetry and Range Safety)
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AbstractThe transmission of high-rate telemetry data for space-based relay systems yields unique system requirements. The NASA Space-based Telemetry and Range-Safety (STARS) study evaluated system design requirements during Phase-1 flight tests. STARS Phase-2 efforts include the development of a high-rate transmitter and antenna system to demonstrate prototype system performance capabilities and new technologies for future operational systems to be incorporated into the NASA Next Generation Launch Technology (NGLT) vehicles. Phase-2 Range User (telemetry) system performance requirements and a prototype implementation approach are presented.
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