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|Title: ||Economical Ground Data Delivery|
|Authors: ||Richard W. Markley|
Byrne, Russell H.
Bromberg, Daniel E.
|Issue Date: ||14-Nov-1994 |
|Citation: ||Greenbelt, MD|
|Abstract: ||Data delivery in the Deep Space Network (DSN) involves transmission of a small amount of constant, high-priority traffic and a large amount of bursty, low-priority data. The bursty traffic may be initially buffered and then metered back slowly as bandwidth becomes available. Today both types of data are transmitted over dedicated leased circuits. The authors investigated the potential of saving money by designing a hybrid communucations architecture that uses leased circuits for high-priority network communications and dial-up circuits for low-priority traffic. The architecture presented here may also be applied to any ground station-to-customer network within the range of a common carrier. The authors compare estimated costs for various scenerios and suggest security safeguards that should be considered.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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