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The Gigabit Satellite Network project is jointly sponsored by ARPA and NASA 1 for the main objective of providing over-the-satellite long-haul concatenated and non-concatenated SONET STS-3 (155.54 Mb/s) and SONET STS-12 (622.08 Mb/s) point-to-point and point-to-multipoint services to system 1 The work described in this paper is being funded by ARPA and NASA(More)
BBN Technologies (BBN), under a task for the Space Communications Project, designed the High-Throughput Distributed Spacecraft Network, or Hi-DSN. It provides a self-forming vertically integrated network infrastructure for establishing and maintaining high-throughput multi-hop communications among spacecraft operating in diverse orbits. The Hi-DSN(More)
The ACTS satellite was conceived as a laboratory and demonstration platform for advanced satellite communications concepts and technology. As such, it differs from conventional communications satellites in several important aspects: (a) two modes of operation: (i) onboard demodulation with store-and-forward capability (baseband processor or "BBP" mode),(More)
— Gigabit Earth Stations (GESs) are under development for the ARPA-NASA Gigabit Satellite Network using NASA's Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS). The GESs will be equipped with SONET OC-3/3c (155.54 Mb/s) and SONET OC-12/12c (622.08 Mb/s) user interfaces. Through these interfaces SONET/ATM experimenters will be able to establish long-haul(More)
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