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Benefits of using mobile ad-hoc network protocols in federated satellite systems for polar satellite missions

Author
Ruiz de Azúa, J.; Camps, A.; Calveras, A.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
IEEE access
Date of publication
2018-09-19
Volume
6
First page
56356
Last page
56367
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2018.2871516 Open in new window
Project funding
Advanced techniques in GNSS and other signals of Opportunity Reflectometry for Applied remote sensing
Unitat d'Excel·lència/'María de Maeztu/': Grup de recerca en Teledetecció, Antenes, Microones i Superconductivitat
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/121665 Open in new window
URL
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8468973 Open in new window
Abstract
The Operational Network of Individual Observation Nodes (ONION) project evaluated the benefits of applying Distributed Satellite System (DSS) architectures to Earth Observation. One of its outcomes is the identification of Arctic services as top priority current user needs that require near-realtime observations. Using Inter-Satellite Communications (ISC) capabilities, a Federated Satellite System (FSS) can establish a win-win collaboration between two spacecrafts to provide these services. Howe...
Citation
Ruiz de Azúa, J.A., Camps, A., Calveras, A. Benefits of using mobile ad-hoc network protocols in federated satellite systems for polar satellite missions. "IEEE access", 19 Setembre 2018, vol. 6, p. 56356-56367.
Keywords
Earth observation, Federated satellite systems, Inter satellite network, Internet of satellites, Mobile ad-hoc networks, Satellite networks
Group of research
RSLAB - Remote Sensing Lab
WNG - Wireless Networks Group

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