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Design of a Satellite Tracking Station for Remote Operation and Multi-User Observation

@inproceedings{Wilkinson1999DesignOA,
  title={Design of a Satellite Tracking Station for Remote Operation and Multi-User Observation},
  author={Mark Wilkinson and Charles Swenson},
  year={1999}
}
With the advent of LEO constellations, the operation of multiple ground stations becomes an important factor in maintaining several satellites. [] Key Method The design of this ground station outlines software drivers for controlling hardware through a computer interface. A server daemon design is given that provides connections for multiple users. This server allows an internet connection to the hardware drivers. The design presented illustrates a daemon process running on the Sun Solaris 2 operating system…

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