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Alternative TitleDesign of a Wireless Spacecraft High Speed Data Network Based on IR-UWB
周莉; 谢义方; 安军社; 熊蔚明; 薛长斌
Source Publication空间科学学报
Keyword脉冲超宽带 星载无线数据网络 通信协议 Mil-std-1553b总线 空间应用
Other AbstractImpulse Radio Ultra-Wide Band (IR-UWB) is one of the promising techniques in the future aerospace application because of its distinguishing features of low power, high capacity, anti-multipath and simple structure. Design of a spacecraft high speed data network based on IR-UWB is presented. Design of the IR-UWB transceiver, the wireless communication protocol and the hardware and software of the nodes are described in detail. The transmitter is based on the physical mechanism of fast recovery of the Step Recovery Diodes (SRD), and the receiver is based on the tunnel diode circuit for impulse amplitude detection. Design of the communication protocol refers to the American military data bus standard MIL-STD-1553B protocol, which is a time division command/response multiplex data bus. The design is tested and verified by the FPGA. The test results indicate the system design is reasonable.
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周莉,谢义方,安军社,等. 基于脉冲超宽带的星载高速无线数据网络设计[J]. 空间科学学报,2017,37(5):629-638.
APA 周莉,谢义方,安军社,熊蔚明,&薛长斌.(2017).基于脉冲超宽带的星载高速无线数据网络设计.空间科学学报,37(5),629-638.
MLA 周莉,et al."基于脉冲超宽带的星载高速无线数据网络设计".空间科学学报 37.5(2017):629-638.
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