Energy budgeting for CubeSats with an integrated FPGA

@article{Arnold2012EnergyBF,
  title={Energy budgeting for CubeSats with an integrated FPGA},
  author={Stephen S Arnold and R. Nuzzaci and Ann Gordon-Ross},
  journal={2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-14}
}
CubeSats are a simple, low-cost option for developing quickly-deployable satellites, however, the tradeoff for these benefits is a small physical size, which restricts the CubeSat's solar panels' size and thus the available power budget and stored energy reserves. These power/energy limitations restrict the CubeSat's functionality and data processing capabilities, which makes leveraging CubeSats for compute-intensive missions challenging. Additionally, increasing sensor capabilities due to… CONTINUE READING

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