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Title: Extreme Deep Space Communications
Authors: Deutsch, Leslie J.
Edwards, Charles D.
Lesh, James R.
Issue Date: 21-Jun-1996
Citation: Turin, Italy
Abstract: Recent work in deep space telecommunication systems has been performed in support of NASA's Mission to the Solar System planning activity. The results show that high bandwidth communications (higher thatn 1 Mbps) are feasible with communication infrastructure investments at targets of high exploration activity. These targets include Mars, Jupiter, and Neptune. Infrastructure improvements must also be made at Earth.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/25445
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