CCSDSConsultative Committee for Space Data Systems
CCSDSConsultative Committee for Space Data System (NASA)
CCSDSConsultative Committee on Space Data Standards
CCSDSConsultative Committee for Standard Data Services
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Even though the latest version of the CGR algorithm is implemented as part of the ION 3.5.0 open-source code (in fact, the CGR algorithm implemented in ION 3.5.0 includes a few parameters and procedures related to opportunistic CGR (O-CGR) [48]; O-CGR is an experimental CGR extension that also considers discovered contacts in addition to those in the contact plan; since in this work all contacts are scheduled, the probabilistic calculations are not discussed nor described in this section), there is no detailed and formal description of the algorithm available yet (the CCSDS documentation is still under development [47]).
Delay Slice FF max], (ns) (MHz) Altera 2.5G [1] 255 239 374 40 186 >160 -- Lattice DVB [2] -- -- 129 254 201 400 -- Xilinx G.709 [3] 255 239 195 192 186 441/596 -- Xilinx ETSl [3] 255 239 199 194 186 442/580 -- Xilinx CCSDS [3] 255 223 337 329 316 245/316 -- Gianni [5] 255 239 -- 353 170 173 5,766 CESR RS-239 255 239 128 159 128 426,457 3,897 CESR RS-223 255 223 256 305 256 418,712 3,811 CESR RS-247 255 247 64 142 64 429,646 3,883 Fuente: Altera, Lattice, Xilinx, autor 2011.
Serra-Sagrista, "Extending the CCSDS recommendation for image data compression for remote sensing scenarios," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.
Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS) (CCSDS 650.0-B-1, Blue Book).
These processes are also in line with the Reference Model for Open Archival Information Systems (CCSDS, 2002).
Space communications protocols developed by the international Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) were recently employed to achieve a first-ever cooperation between the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) and the European Space Agency (ESA).
[4] CCSDS 650.0-B-1: Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OATS).
The Open Archiving Information System (OAIS) model (22), developed by the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) (2), breaks migration into four categories: refreshment, replication, repackaging, and transformation.
Therefore, The Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) thinks JPEG2000 is not adapted to on-board compression.
Both telemetry and command interfaces between the CERES CCS-C strings and the USN RGS in Alaska were established over the CCSDS SLE TCP/IP interface.