Command operation procedure cop the command operation

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Unformatted text preview: TROL test must pass. (6) 4.3.3 The TC Frame must have an expected VERSION NUMBER. The Data Field of a TC Frame containing a Control Command must be consistent with the allowed Control Commands. COMMAND OPERATION PROCEDURE (COP) The Command Operation Procedure fully specifies the closed-loop protocols executed by the sending and receiving ends of the Transfer layer of the TC System. The COP, which exists wholly within the Transfer layer, consists of a pair of synchronized procedures for each Virtual Channel: a Frame Operation Procedure (FOP) that executes within the sending entity; and a Frame Acceptance and Reporting Mechanism (FARM) that executes within the receiving entity. The sending FOP transmits TC Frames to the receiving FARM. The FARM returns telemetered Command Link Control Words (CLCWs) to the FOP and thus closes the loop by providing reports of the status of frame acceptance. The COP provides a basic Quality Of Service (QOS) within the Transfer layer that is central to the operation of the TC System, i.e., the delivery of data units to the receiving end of the layer above, correct and without omission or duplication, and in the same sequential order in which they were received from the layer above at the sending end. Only one COP is defined in this Recommendation: COP-1. CAUTION THE CONTROLLING SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE LOGICAL OPERATIONS WHICH MUST BE EXECUTED TO PERFORM THE COP ARE CONTAINED IN A MORE DETAILED CCSDS RECOMMENDATION (REFERENCE [7]). IN THE EVENT OF ANY CONFLICT BETWEEN THE DESCRIPTIVE TEXT CONTAINED IN THIS RECOMMENDATION AND THE TEXT OF REFERENCE [7], THE MORE DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS CONTAINED IN REFERENCE [7] SHALL PREVAIL. CCSDS 202.0-B-2 Page 4-16 CCSDS HISTORICAL DOCUMENT November 1992 CCSDS HISTORICAL DOCUMENT CCSDS RECOMMENDATION FOR TELECOMMAND: DATA ROUTING SERVICE Underlying the Transfer layer is the physical telecommand data channel which interconnects its sending and receiving ends. If a perfect data channel existed, the QOS would be assured since the exact duplicate of the series of data uni...
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