IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine

Issue 1 • Jan. 2019

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  • Front cover

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  • Inside front cover

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  • Table of contents

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  • In this issue — technically

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  • From the editor-in-chief January 2019

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  • Developing a Linux-based nanosatellite on-board computer: Flight results from the Aalto-1 mission

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    The on-board computers of a spacecraft handle telecommands sent by the ground, provide telemetry to the ground, process on-board data, and control the spacecraft platform and payloads. A spacecraft may have one or several on-board computers that handle different tasks. View full abstract»

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  • Call for papers: IEEE aerospace and electronic systems magazine

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  • Synchronization challenges in deep space communications

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    Deep space missions keep pushing for new frontiers affecting a wide spectrum of disciplines. To support the scientific achievements expected from new missions, communication technology is being pushed towards its limits [1]. A need to increase communication links data rate as well as to lower the operative signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) are identified. The adoption of advanced coding schemes such as ... View full abstract»

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  • Investigation of Ka-band satcom link performance for teleoperated search and rescue applications

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    The first activity of search and rescue forces arriving on site is to screen, evaluate, and report the situation to the rescue coordination center. This takes time, which is consequently subtracted from medical care of the injured persons. Figure 1 shows a typical causal chain in the upper line for classical emergency scenarios in Germany from the emergency call to the final delivery of the patien... View full abstract»

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  • Call for papers: 2019 IEEE international symposium on: Phased array systems and technology

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  • On the energy and computational cost of message authentication schemes for GNSS

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    To produce a position, velocity, and time estimate, modern Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers expend energy on two very different kinds of computation: one being high-rate, low resolution, and the other being low-rate, high-resolution. The first kind is largely comprised of integer multiply, or multiply-and-accumulate operations, mostly applied to simple digital signal processing ... View full abstract»

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  • Book review: Applied state estimation and association

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  • Industry insights: Post conference report: International conference on radar 2018

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  • News & information: Distinguished lectures in Queensland

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  • IEEE AESS resource center: A premier collection of online technical resources and continuing education courses for technical professionals

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  • The Fred Nathanson memorial radar award: Awarded by the IEEE/AESS radar systems panel to the Young Radar engineer of the year

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  • AESS professional networking and mentoring program

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  • IEEE aerospace & electronic systems society organization 2019

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  • 2019 Aerospace & electronics systems society distinguished lecturers: Contact: Dr. Kathleen Kramer Vice President — Education

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  • AESS senior members elevated in 2018

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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine is a monthly magazine that publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments as well as news and information of interest to IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society members.

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Maria Sabrina Greco
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University of Pisa
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