The impact of traffic prioritization on Deep Space Network mission traffic

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A select number of missions supported by NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN) are demanding very high data rates. For example, the Kepler Mission was launched March 7, 2009 and at that time required the highest data rate of any NASA mission, with maximum rates of 4.33 Mb/s being provided via Ka band downlinks. The James Webb Space Telescope will require a… (More)

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@article{Jennings2011TheIO, title={The impact of traffic prioritization on Deep Space Network mission traffic}, author={Esther Jennings and John Segui and J. Gao and Loren P. Clare and Douglas A. Abraham}, journal={2011 Aerospace Conference}, year={2011}, pages={1-6} }