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2.1 OVERVIEW OF CCSDS TELEMETRY SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION The purpose of a telemetry system is to reliably and transparently convey measurement
information from a remotely located data generating source to users located in space or on
Earth. Typically, data generators are scientific sensors, science housekeeping sensors,
engineering sensors and other subsystems on-board a spacecraft.
The advent of capable microprocessor based hardware will result in data systems with
demands for greater throughput and a requirement for corresponding increases in spacecraft
autonomy and mission complexity. These facts, along with the current technical and fiscal
environments, create a need for greater telemetering capability and efficiency with reduced
In the past, most of the telemetry resources used by a science mission have been wholly
contained within a cognizant Project office and, with the exception of the tracki...
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