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Demonstrating a Realistic Ip Mission Prototype: by James L. Rash and Arturo B. Ferrer

By Rash, James L.

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Title: Demonstrating a Realistic Ip Mission Prototype: by James L. Rash and Arturo B. Ferrer  
Author: Rash, James L.
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L, R. J. (n.d.). Demonstrating a Realistic Ip Mission Prototype. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Introduction: The goal of the Space Internet Technology Test bed effort was to demonstrate in the laboratory the operation of a realistic IP mission prototype as a means to investigate the viability of using standard Internet protocols, open source real time operating systems (RTOSs), and standard Ethernet...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. OVERVIEW OF TESTBED 3. SPACE RELATED ISSUES 4. LESSONS LEARNED 5. CONCLUSIONS 6. FUTURE WORK 7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


 

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