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Title: How to Take 30 Years Off the Life of an Earth-Orbiter Network
Authors: Berner, C.D.
Perkins, R.C.
Baker, N.
Issue Date: Sep-1995
Citation: Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Abstract: In the mid 1960's the NASA/JPL Deep Space Network installed a global 26-meter antenna network to support a large group of Low Earth Orbiters and Highly Elliptical Orbiters. Although this network was equipped with then state-of-the-art equipment, operations were labor- intensive. A study is discussed which takes a close look at re- engineering the 26-meter antenna network from all aspects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/29866
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