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NASA's advanced tracking and data relay satellite system for the years 2000 and beyond

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3 Author(s)
Brandel, D.L. ; NASA, Washington, DC, USA ; Watson, W.A. ; Weinberg, Aaron

An advanced tracking and data relay satellite system (ATDRSS) reference architecture that embodies many of the system features and technological enhancements considered essential is presented and described. The architectural and user service features of the existing TDRSS are reviewed, and certain evolutionary features that will take place by the mid-1990s are discussed. NASA's projected user service requirements for the first decade at the next century, which are the principal drivers for the ATDRSS architecture, are described, including such aspects as the real-time data rates and the quantity of simultaneous services that must be supported. The discussion of the ATDRSS reference architecture covers rationale, technology considerations, and key features of the future ATDRSS user service. A status summary of the ATDRSS program is given

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:78 ,  Issue: 7 )