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Title: Telemetry Applications For A Space Launch
Authors: Can, M.G.
Şen, C.C.
Aktaş, M.
Keywords: Earth (planet)
Network layers
Satellite ground stations
Telemetering equipment
Development process
Flight safety
Ground stations
International practice
Launch applications
Launch operations
Physical layers
Position information
Space launch
Space launch missions
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: International Foundation for Telemetering
Abstract: In space launch applications, a telemetry ground station is designed to ensure launch vehicle traceability and so the flight safety. In this study, the characterization of telemetry ground stations to be used for a space launch operation is explained with applied studies, flight characteristics of vehicle, and international practices. Present study explains step-by-step development process of a telemetry ground station for a space launch mission. Study is limited on the physical layer. At least two independent position information sources are required to ensure flight safety, so the network between telemetry ground stations and localization systems is needed. As a result, the characteristics of the telemetry ground station are determined to be used for a low earth orbit space launch mission considering mission objective, requirements and constraints. © 2021 International Foundation for Telemetering. All rights reserved.
Description: Delta Information Systems, Inc.;Dewesoft;International Foundation for Telemetering;L3Harris;Orolia;Scientific Research Corporation (SRC)
56th Annual International Telemetering Conference, ITC 2021 -- 25 October 2021 through 28 October 2021 -- 183726
ISSN: 0884-5123
Appears in Collections:Scopus İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu / Scopus Indexed Publications Collection

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