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Title: Advanced mobility avionics : a reconfigurable mirco-avionics platform for the future needs of small planetary rovers and micospacecraft
Authors: Bolotin, Gary
Watson, Kevin R.
Petras, Rich
Taft, Stephane
Wang, Mandy
Villalpando, Carlos
McHenry, Michael
Goldberg, Steven
Keywords: reconfigurable
avioincs
microspacecraft
Issue Date: 28-Sep-2004
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2004.
Citation: AIAA Space 2004, San Diego, California, September 28-30, 2004.
Abstract: Future small and micro-missions, such as Mars Scouts and Deep Space probes, require a new look at highly integrated, re-configurable, low power avionics. This paper will present our plans for developing a scalable, configurable, and highly integrated 32-bit embedded platform capable of implementing computationally intensive signal processing and control algorithms in space flight instruments and systems. This platform is designed to service the need of both small and large spacecraft and planetary rovers that will operate within moderate radiation environments. Some of the key characteristics of this platform are its small size, low power, high performance, and flexibility. This estimated 10 fold reduction in both size and power over state-of-the-art processing platforms will enable this new product to act as the core of a low-cost mobility system for a wide range of missions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/39042
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