Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package

A. Dean, S. Goisman, B. King, M. Ohnstad, S. Raby, John A Reagan, L. C. Schooley

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Abstract

This student paper was produced as part of the team design competition in the University of Arizona course ECE 485, Radiowaves and Telemetry. It describes the design of a telemetry support package for interplanetary exploration. Control and processing of telemetric signals between an earth based control station, an exploratory orbiter and probe pods are the focus of this design. Using this design data retrieval is achieved at a highly reliable rate of 1 error in 10-10 bits. The exploratory orbiter, carrying a payload of probes, is launched and proceeds along its predetermined trajectory. Commands from the earth-based control station is used to send the orbiter to planetary destinations. The craft then establishes a stable non-geosynchronous orbit. Several probe pods are launched towards the planet at predetermined locations. These probe pods collect and send data, as well as system monitoring information to the orbiting craft. The orbiting craft then retrieves the signals generated by all pods and relays that information to an earth-based control station.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInternational Telemetering Conference (Proceedings)
Editors Anon
PublisherISA
Pages229-236
Number of pages8
Volume33
StatePublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1997 International Telemetering Conference, ITC/USA - Las Vegas, NV, USA
Duration: Oct 27 1997Oct 30 1997

Other

OtherProceedings of the 1997 International Telemetering Conference, ITC/USA
CityLas Vegas, NV, USA
Period10/27/9710/30/97

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Telemetering
Earth (planet)
Radio waves
Planets
Orbits
Trajectories
Students
Monitoring
Processing

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Software
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Dean, A., Goisman, S., King, B., Ohnstad, M., Raby, S., Reagan, J. A., & Schooley, L. C. (1997). Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package. In Anon (Ed.), International Telemetering Conference (Proceedings) (Vol. 33, pp. 229-236). ISA.

Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package. / Dean, A.; Goisman, S.; King, B.; Ohnstad, M.; Raby, S.; Reagan, John A; Schooley, L. C.

International Telemetering Conference (Proceedings). ed. / Anon. Vol. 33 ISA, 1997. p. 229-236.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dean, A, Goisman, S, King, B, Ohnstad, M, Raby, S, Reagan, JA & Schooley, LC 1997, Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package. in Anon (ed.), International Telemetering Conference (Proceedings). vol. 33, ISA, pp. 229-236, Proceedings of the 1997 International Telemetering Conference, ITC/USA, Las Vegas, NV, USA, 10/27/97.
Dean A, Goisman S, King B, Ohnstad M, Raby S, Reagan JA et al. Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package. In Anon, editor, International Telemetering Conference (Proceedings). Vol. 33. ISA. 1997. p. 229-236
Dean, A. ; Goisman, S. ; King, B. ; Ohnstad, M. ; Raby, S. ; Reagan, John A ; Schooley, L. C. / Design of an interplanetary exploration telemetry support package. International Telemetering Conference (Proceedings). editor / Anon. Vol. 33 ISA, 1997. pp. 229-236
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