APPENDIX A: Eleventh Annual Report of the Telemetering Standards Coordination Committee
AffiliationTelemetering Standards Coordination Committee
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AbstractSince its beginning in 1960 the TSCC has for the most part concentrated its efforts in reviewing standards published by the Range Commanders Council, IRIG. These reviews and resulting recommendations occurred prior to formal publication or formalization of the standard. It is also gratifying to note that most of the recommendations made were accepted for adoption in the printing of the standards. In its desire to serve all facets of the Telemetering Community, the T. S. C. C. began looking into the activities of other established Governmental Agencies, besides the D. O. D., who might benefit from assistance in the form of specification reviews by the T. S. C. C.. Subsequently, the T. S. C. C. took a long "look around" and discovered that NASA, GSFC was concerning itself with tracking and data acquisition system standards as they relate to new DSN/NASA needs for the current and forthcoming Space & Earth Sciences experiments. An offer of assistance was presented to NASA, GSFC in July of. 1971 and this was subsequently accepted by letter dated 8 September 1971 from the NASA/GSFC Data Systems Requirement Committee, Advanced Data Systems Division, Mission and Data Operations Directorate.
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