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Various supporting studies, analyses, model development and link simulations to ensure that elements of the Shuttle C&T Systems meet Space Shuttle Program (SSP) requirements. The results of these efforts are documented inAppendices A-NFile Size: 7MB.
Get this from a library. Shuttle communications and tracking systems modeling and TDRSS link simulations studies. [C M Chie; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. An analytical simulation package (LinCsim) which allows the analytical verification of data transmission performance through TDRSS satellites was modified.
The work involved the modeling of the user transponder, TDRS, TDRS ground terminal, and link dynamics for forward and return links based on the TDRSS performance specifications (4) and the critical design reviews.
A SLAM simulation model of the system is employed to study various working patterns in the multiple-station multiple-queue service centers that provide licenses. There are two important telecommunications system interfaces: (1) between the spacecraft and the space shuttle, and (2) between the spacecraft and the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS).
Since the shuttle and TDRSS are new, an introductory discussion of their basic telecommunication interface properties is : James C.
Springett, Peter W. Kinman. In order to evaluate the technical and operational problem areas and provide a recommendation, the enhancements to the Tracking and Data Delay Satellite System (TDRSS) and Shuttle must be evaluated through simulation and : W.
Lindsey, C. Chie, R. Cideciyan, K. Dessouky, Y. Su, C. Tsang. The Shuttle forward and return link models and the main features of the simulation are described. Sample results of the computer runs are provided for current power budgets and system design parameters. Typically, as in other systems, we are unable to experiment on the real urban traffic system and we need to develop models (analytic, simulations, prototypes, 3D visualizations, etc.) to gain a better understanding of the system behavior (the actual process of building the model provides awareness of the real system).
Space Shuttle/TDRSS communication and tracking systems analysis. By R. Cideciyan, K. Dessouky, C. Chie, the enhancements to the Tracking and Data Delay Satellite System (TDRSS) and Shuttle must be evaluated through simulation and analysis.
These enhancement techniques must first be characterized, then modeled mathematically, and finally. The existing Shuttle/TDRSS link simulation program Shuttle communications and tracking systems modeling and TDRSS link simulations studies book modified and refined to model the post-radio frequency interference TDRS hardware and to evaluate the performance degradation due to RFI effects.
The refined link models were then used to determine, evaluate and assess expected S-band and Ku-band link performance. Introduces an inter- and multi-modal transportation systems analysis, modeling and simulation based on the continuous-time, discrete-time, and mixed mode modeling and simulation paradigms; Presents research-oriented use cases from granted projects showing how to solve real-world transportation systems sector problems.
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Shuttle-based compact systems are new automated multi-deep unit-load storage systems with lifts that promise both low operational cost and large volume flexibility. In this paper, we develop novel queuing network models to estimate the performance of both single-tier and multi-tier shuttle-based compact by: This paper reports on a study of modelling a shuttle transportation system.
There were three objectives, the first was to consider alternative ways of modelling traffic streams approaching the shuttle system, the second to develop a simulation model using various parameters to help explain the behaviour of shuttle systems and the third was to conduct sensitivity studies to observe how such a Author: Haluk Bekiroglu, Keith L.
McRoberts. Shuttle Ku-Band Return Link Performance Study 5 Shuttle/TDRSS Ground Station Synchronfzation Performance 5 RFI Effects on Shuttle/TDRSS Links ESTL Hardware RFI Testing 2, LinCsim PREDICTIONS OF SHUTTLE/TDRSS RETURN LINK BER PERFORMANCE 10 Introduction 10 Performance Prediction for Shuttle S- Band Return Link Some theoretical considerations about modeling and simulation (M&S) of SoSs appear in this chapter, including lexicon and taxonomy to describe or categorize different types of SoSs.
A discussion of some methodologies used for air transportation SoS follows the theoretical : William Crossley, Daniel DeLaurentis. The state of the art of this field is presented in a technically rigorous yet clear manner.
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For developing multi-shuttle analytical models, presented in this paper, the same assumptions as for single-shuttle systems were considered. The assumptions and notation which are used in this research include the following, ().
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9 Performing Organization Name and Address Woodward Communications, Inc. Another COMSAT is the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS). The TDRSS consists of nine active satellites and provides a simultaneous full-time cov-erage for the Space Shuttle and other NASA low-Earth-orbiting spacecraft.
This system relays data and communications between the satellites and Earth. NASA established a Deep Space Net-File Size: 2MB. TDRSS. Any model of space-to-space and space-to-ground communications links must know the positions of the endpoints in order to calculate light-time delays and simulate link errors, among other things.
Early versions of the communications and tracking simulation used tabulated TDRSS satellite positions from an input file. Call for papers for the Special Issue: Dynamic Transportation Network Modeling: Emerging Technologies, Data Analytics and Methodology Innovations Dynamic transportation network modeling is essential to understand the dynamics of vehicular/passenger flow and transportation system performance and to support decision making of system-level.
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The manual then helps users decide which traffic analysis model to use. Simulation might not always be the best option based on limitations and project stakeholder expectations.Shuttle-based compact systems are new automated multideep unit-load storage systems with lifts that can potentially achieve both low operational cost and large volume flexibility.
In this paper, we develop novel queuing network models to estimate the performance of both single-tier and multitier shuttle-based compact by: