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c) the width of its negative part, referred to as ‘NW’.
The three variables are specified in the 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, as are the main related actions.
Figure 6-1 illustrates the FARM Sliding Window concept with its different sections and
actions. CCSDS 232.1-B-2 Page 6-3 September 2010 RECOMMENDED STANDARD FOR COMMUNICATIONS OPERATION PROCEDURE-1 PO
Ð = P DISCARD FRAME
LOCKOUT STATE )+
N( = DISCARD FRAME
SET RETRANSMIT FLAG 1 1 ACCEPT
SET V(R) = V(R) + 1 N(S) = V(R) N(S) = V(R) Ð 1 W /2 PW E WINDOW AR
EA W V(
SIT AREA = 256 Ð
= N W = DISCARD FRAME N )=
V N W NE G AT IV E W I N DO W AR EA = Figure 6-1: FARM Sliding Window Concept
18.104.22.168 FARM_Sliding_Window_Width (W) The FARM_Sliding_Window_Width is referred to as ‘W’ and gives the range over which the
Frame Sequence Numbers of received Type-AD Transfer Frames may vary without lockout
The value ‘W’ shall be set to a value between the following limits:
2 ≤ W ≤ 254
where ‘W’ is always an EVEN integer.
Unless otherwise specified, the value ‘W’ shall be fixed for the entire duration of the
mission. In particular, there are no COP-1 control commands for changing the value. CCSDS 232.1-B-2 Page 6-4 September 2010 RECOMMENDED STANDARD FOR COMMUNICATIONS OPERATION PROCEDURE-1 22.214.171.124 FARM_Positive_Window_Width (PW) and FARM_Negative_Window_Width
(NW) As shown in figure 6-1:
a) the FARM Positive Window area starts with V(R) and extends PW Transfer Frames
in the positive direction;
b) the FARM Negative Window area starts at V(R) – 1 (the number of the last accepted
Transfer Frame) and extends NW Transfer Frames in the negative direction.
The widths of both parts of the FARM Sliding Window are specified as follows:
PW = NW = W/2
A Frame Sequence Number, N(S), falls outside the FARM Sliding Window (e.g., into the
lockout area of width 256 – W) when:
N(S) > V(R) + PW – 1
N(S) < V(R) – NW
When the Transfer Frame is in the lockout area, FARM-1 will discard the Transfer...
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