Candidate Functional Resources

Creation date: 2017-05-30 13:51:09 Update date: 2021-01-14 02:01:12

Policy: SSG

OID: 1.3.112.4.4.2.1


Notes:

Functional Resources are abstract representations of the functionality needed to provide space
communication and navigation services provided by a Tracking, Telemetry, and Command
(TT&C) service provider (e.g., a ground station), defined at a level of granularity sufficient to
specify the configuration parameters, monitored parameters, notifiable events, and control
actions associated with that functionality. Functional Resources contain the information that
configures, controls, and/or monitors the characteristics of the interfaces between the TT&C
service provider and the user ground element(s) (e.g., spacefilght Mission Operation Center)
and user space elelemnts (e.g., Mission spacecraft) - e.g., frequencies, modulation schemes,
coding schemes, virtual channel organization, and terrestrial transfer services. Real
implementations of TT&C service provider systems map these Functional Resource
parameters, events, and directives onto the the physical equipment that actually performs these
functions.

Functional Resources provide a standard representation of TT&C service provider
functionality in CCSDS standards for cross support transfer services and cross support service
management. The Monitored Data Cross Support Transfer Service is fundamentally reliant on the use of Functional
Resource to represnt cross support functionality.

NOTE - Implementation-specific internal functions of a TT&C service provider that have no
externally-visible effect on the services at the cross support interfaces - e.g., a technology-
specific interface between the encoder and the transmitter - are by definition not standard for
the purposes of cross support and therefore are not represented by Functional Resources.


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1.3.112.4.4.2.1
Functional Resources

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Details Status Stratum Resource Set External OID External Type External Type OID Type Semantic definition Classifier String Identifier Version Unit Type Definition Configured Guard Condition References OID

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

FR

The Antenna FR accepts as input the carrier signal that shall either be radiated into space or into a water load, provided the given FR instance has the transmit capability.
It provides as output the carrier signal received from space to the Ccsds401SpaceLinkCarrierRcpt FR or the Ccsds415SpaceLinkCarrierRcpt FR and the azimuth and elevation pointing angles to the TdmSegmentGen FR and NonValRmDataCollection FR, provided the given FR instance has the receive capability. The pointing angles are provided only while the antenna is in some form of 'closedLoop' pointing mode.
For the correction of radiometric observables weather data are required which should be collected close to the antenna used to obtain the radiometric observables. Therefore the Antenna FR is regarded as the source of the weather data provided to the TdmSegmentGeneration FR and the NonValRmDataCollection FR.

Note: An Antenna FR may be limited to 'transmit-only' or 'receive-only'.

Antenna

antenna

1

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This enumerated parameter reports the overall status of the antenna and can take on four values:
- 'configured': the antenna system has been configured, but is not yet tracking because it is still moving to the initial pointing or the spacecraft is not yet or no longer in view;
- 'operational': the antenna is tracking in the reported pointing mode (cf. antennaPointingMode);
- 'interrupted': a failure has been detected that prevents the antenna from tracking nominally;
- 'halted': the antenna has been taken out of service, e.g. due to wind speed requiring the antenna to be put into stow position.

antResourceStat

ant-resource-stat

1

N/A

AntResourceStat ::= ResourceStat

This parameter can only be set by the local EM using a local implementation of a directive. Setting of the antResourceStat to 'operational' or 'interrupted' by means of such directive is never permissible.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.1.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter identifies the antenna that is involved in providing a given support. The antenna may either be identified by its name where typically this name is defined by the operating agency so that no guarantee can be given that the identifier is globally unique. Alternatively the antenna may be officially registered in SANA in which case it has a globally unique Object Identifier. Knowledge of which antenna is being used is needed for a number of aspects, e.g. to assess the observed signal levels with respect to the antenna performance or to perform time correlation that requires knowledge of the exact geographical location of the given antenna.
Note: In case the antennas used for uplink and downlink are not identical, the Functional Resource (FR) instance number shall be used to differentiate them.
Antenna arrays will be modeled by a dedicated FR type

antId

ant-id

1

N/A

AntId ::= CHOICE
{
antennaName [0] VisibleString (SIZE( 3 .. 16))
, antennaOid [1] OBJECT IDENTIFIER
}

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.2.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the current antenna azimuth pointing in 1/1000 degrees, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.
Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring provided by this FR type.

antActualAzimuth

ant-actual-azimuth

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntActualAzimuth ::= INTEGER (0 .. 540000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.3.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the current antenna elevation pointing in 1/1000 degrees, where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.
Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring provided by this FR type.

antActualElevation

ant-actual-elevation

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntActualElevation ::= INTEGER (0 .. 180000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.4.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the azimuth pointing in 1/1000 degrees commanded to the servo system while the antPointingMode is either 'programTrack' or 'closedLoop', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.

antCommandedAzimuth

ant-commanded-azimuth

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntCommandedAzimuth ::= INTEGER (0 .. 540000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.5.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the antenna elevation pointing in 1/1000 degrees commanded to the servo system while the antPointingMode is either 'programTrack' or 'closedLoop', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.

antCommandedElevation

ant-commanded-elevation

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of the parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntCommandedElevation ::= INTEGER (0 .. 180000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.6.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the azimuth in 1/1000 degrees the antenna shall point to when the pointing-mode is set to 'fixedPosition', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing north and 90 degrees corresponds to pointing east. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 360 degrees may be supported in cases where the antenna enables such azimuth range as to mitigate the cable unwrap issue. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.

antContrAzimuth

ant-contr-azimuth

1

1/1000 degrees

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntContrAzimuth ::= INTEGER (0 .. 540000)

In most cases, the service agreement will state that this parameter can only be set by local EM.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.7.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the elevation in 1/1000 degrees the antenna shall point to when the pointing-mode is set to 'fixedPosition', where 0 degrees corresponds to pointing to the local horizon and 90 degrees corresponds to zenith pointing. Depending on the way the antenna is built, values above 90 degrees may be reported in cases where the antenna enables such elevation range as to mitigate the azimuth singularity at zenith. For antennas with a mount different from elevation over azimuth (e.g. x/y mount), the antenna pointing shall be converted to the azimuth/elevation presentation. This also applies to antennas having a tilt mode as to overcome the zenith track singularity.

antContrElevation

ant-contr-elevation

1

1/1000 degrees

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntContrElevation ::= INTEGER (0 .. 180000)

In most cases, the service agreement will state that this parameter can only be set by local EM.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.8.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

The parameter configures and reports the azimuth angular rate in 1/1000 degrees per second at which the antenna shall move when antPointingMode is set to 'slew'.

antContrAzimuthRate

ant-contr-azimuth-rate

1

1/1000 degrees/s

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree per second.
AntContrAzimuthRate ::= INTEGER (-5000 .. 5000)

In most cases, the service agreement will state that this parameter can only be set by local EM.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.9.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

The parameter configures and reports the elevation angular rate in 1/1000 degrees per second at which the antenna shall move when the antPointingMode is set to 'slew'.

antContrElevationRate

ant-contr-elevation-rate

1

1/1000 degrees/s

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/000 degree per second.
AntContrElevationRate ::= INTEGER (-5000 .. 5000)

In most cases, the service agreement will state that this parameter can only be set by local EM.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.10.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the azimuth residual (actual azimuth in closed-loop tracking minus the azimuth calculated for antPointingMode = 'programTrack') in 1/1000 degrees. Consequently this parameter will only be valid if antPointingMode = 'closedLoop'. Antennas not having or not being operated in any closed-loop tracking mode cannot provide this parameter and in this case the parameter shall be flagged as unavailable.
Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring.

antAzimuthResidual

ant-azimuth-residual

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntAzimuthResidual ::= INTEGER (-540000 .. 540000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.11.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the elevation residual (actual elevation in closed-loop tracking minus the elevation calculated for antPointingMode = 'programTrack') in 1/1000 degrees. Consequently this parameter will only be valid if antPointingMode = 'closedLoop'. Antennas not having or not being operated in any closed-loop tracking mode cannot provide this parameter and in this case the parameter shall be flagged as unavailable.
Note: Time-tagged antenna pointing is regarded a radiometric product and therefore not part of monitoring.

antElevationResidual

ant-elevation-residual

1

1/1000 degree

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is 1/1000 degree.
AntElevationResidual ::= INTEGER (-180000 .. 180000)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.12.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the azimuth aberration relative to the forward beam and the return beam in 1/1000 degree. In case the provider applies aberration correction, the effect of this correction shall be factured into the aberration values reported.
A valid parameter can only be reported if antPointingMode is 'closedLoop' or 'programTrack'.

antAzimuthAberration

ant-azimuth-aberration

1

1/1000 degree

AntAzimuthAberration ::= SEQUENCE
{

-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/1000 degree.
fwdBeamAberration INTEGER (-1000 .. 1000)
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/1000 degree.
rtnBeamAberration INTEGER (-1000 .. 1000)
}

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.13.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the elevation aberration relative to the forward beam and the return beam in 1/1000 degree. In case the provider applies aberration correction, the effect of this correction shall be factured into the aberration values reported.
A valid parameter can only be reported if antPointingMode is 'closedLoop' or 'programTrack'.

antElevationAberration

ant-elevation-aberration

1

1/1000 degree

AntElevationAberration ::= SEQUENCE
{

-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/1000 degree.
fwdBeamAberration INTEGER (-1000 .. 1000)
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/1000 degree.
rtnBeamAberration INTEGER (-1000 .. 1000)
}

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.14.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This enumerated parameter configures and reports the pointing mode of the antenna servo system. The values this parameter can take on are:
- 'stow': the antenna is in or is moving to its stow position;
- 'halt': the antenna has been stopped in its current position;
- 'fixedPosition': the antenna is moving to or has moved to the specified azimuth and elevation;
- 'slew': the antenna is moving at commanded angular rates;
- 'programTrack': the antenna is pointed in accordance with spacecraft trajectory predicts;
- 'closedLoop': the antenna is pointing in closed-loop mode.
Antenna implementations will typically support only a subset of the above listed pointing modes.

antPointingMode

ant-pointing-mode

1

N/A

AntPointingMode ::= ENUMERATED
{
stow (0)
, halt (1)
, fixedPosition (2)
, slew (3)
, programTrack (4)
, closedLoop (5)
}

In most cases, the service agreement will state that this parameter can only be set by local EM. If the antenna servo system does not support the pointing mode commanded by means of the antennaSetContrParams directive, the Functional Resource will reject the setting of the antPointingMode parameter with the diagnostic 'parameter out of range'.
antResourceStatus ≠ 'halted'
Setting antPointingMode to 'fixedPosition' shall be rejected except if the parameters antContrAzimuth and antContrElevation have valid values.
Setting antPointingMode to 'slew' shall be rejected except if the parameters antContrAzimuthRate and antContrElevationRate have valid values.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.15.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the settings applied to 'closedLoop' antenna pointing mode, either to monopulse tracking or to conical scann tracking.

antClosedLoopConfiguration

ant-closed-loop-configuration

1

N/A or 1/1000 degrees

AntClosedLoopConfiguration ::= CHOICE
{

-- For monopulse tracking no required configuration parameters have been identified.
monopulse [0] NULL
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/1000 degrees
conicalScan [1] INTEGER (1 .. 5000)
}

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.16.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the mode in which the return signal is tracked for antenna steering provided the antPointingMode = 'closedLoop'. The mode is chosen depending on the modulation scheme.
The values the parameter may have are:
- 'carrierTrackingMode': the receiver tracks the remnant carrier by means of a carrier tracking PLL when ccsds401CarrierRcptModulationType is either 'subcarrier' or 'direct';
- 'crossCorrelationMode': the receiver tracks the return link signal by means of checking for the spectral symmetry when ccsds401CarrierRcptModulationType is neither 'subcarrier' nor 'direct'.

antTrackingRxMode

ant-tracking-rx-mode

1

N/A

AntTrackingRxMode ::= ENUMERATED
{
carrierTrackingMode (0)
, crossCorrelationMode (1)
}

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.17.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This enumerated parameter configures and reports the polarization of the channel that shall be used for tracking purposes. If 'autoHysteresis' is chosen, the parameter specifies how much larger in 1/10 dB the power observed for the unselected polarization must be before a switch-over to the polarization with the stronger signal is performed.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptPolarization parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingSignalPolarization

ant-tracking-signal-polarization

1

N/A or 1/10 dB

AntTrackingSignalPolarization ::= CHOICE
{
lhc [0] NULL
, rhc [1] NULL
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/10 dB.
autoHysteresis [2] INTEGER (0 .. 100)
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is Hertz.
combining [3] INTEGER (10 .. 100000)
}

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.
Setting the antTrackingSignalPolarization parameter to 'combining' is only permissible for a modulation scheme with remnant carrier.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.18.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter reports the return link signal level in tenth of dBm as observed by the tracking receiver, i.e., the signal level derived from the tracking receiver AGC reading. As to have comparable, i.e., station level plan independent values, the level reading should be calibrated to the LNA input. Due to the levels to be expected, the numbers will always be negative.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptSignalLevel parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.
If a tracking receiver is not available or not used, this parameter shall be flagged as undefined.
In some implementations one receiver may be used both for antenna tracking and reception of telemetry and ranging. If so, the parameters of that receiver will be represented in both the Antenna FR type and the Rtn401SpaceLinkCarrierRcpt FR type.

antTrackingRxInpLevel

ant-tracking-rx-inp-level

1

1/10 dBm

-- The engineering unit of this 1/10 dBm
AntTrackingRxInpLevel ::= INTEGER (-2000 .. -30)

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.19.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the nominal return carrier frequency disregarding any Doppler shift.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptNominalFreq parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingRxNominalFreq

ant-tracking-rx-nominal-freq

1

Hz

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is Hertz.
AntTrackingRxNominalFreq ::= INTEGER (2200000000 .. 32300000000)

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.20.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the band in Hz centered around the antTrackingRxNominalFreq, possibly corrected for the expected Doppler offset (as configured by the antTrackingRxPredictMode parameter) in which the receiver shall search for the carrier signal. This parameter is also valid in case of a suppressed carrier modulation scheme.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptFreqSearchRange parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingRxFreqSearchRange

ant-tracking-rx-freq-search-range

1

Hz

-- The engineering unit of this parameter is Hertz.
AntTrackingRxFreqSearchRange ::= INTEGER (0 .. 1500000)

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.21.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This enumerated parameter configures and reports for which condition the Doppler predicts have been calculated. It can take on four values:
- none: no information regarding the expected Doppler shift is available and therefore the nominal frequency is used;
- oneWay: this mode will be used when the spacecraft is not locked to a forward link signal or while the spacecraft transponder is commanded to non-coherent mode or when the spacecraft receiver is in 'coherency enabled' mode and the forward link carrier frequency is ramped such that the Doppler on the forward link is compensated, i.e., the spacecraft always 'sees' the nominal forward link frequency; in this case it does not matter if the forward link is radiated by the same station as the one that is receiving the return link or a different station;
- twoWay: this mode is applied when the spacecraft receiver is commanded to 'coherency enabled' mode and the station that is receiving the return link also radiates the forward link, the latter at a constant frequency;
- threeWay: this mode is applied when the spacecraft receiver is in 'coherency enabled' mode and a station different from the one receiving the return link is radiating the forward link signal at a known constant frequency.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptPredictMode parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingRxPredictMode

ant-tracking-rx-predict-mode

1

N/A

AntTrackingRxPredictMode ::= ENUMERATED
{
none (0)
, oneWay (1)
, twoWay (2)
, threeWay (3)
}

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.22.1

Details

Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This parameter configures and reports the dual-sided tracking loop bandwidth in tenth Hz of the receiver. Depending on the mode the tracking receiver operates in, this is either the bandwidth of the PLL tracking the remnant carrier or the frequency range observed for checking spectral symmetry.

This parameter also configures and reports the duration in seconds within which the bandwidth reduction to the newly commanded loop bandwidth shall be reached. This gradual change of the loop bandwidth is intended to avoid loss of lock. The duration for the gradual bandwidth change can be set to 'auto' or set to a specific duration. If the duration is set to 0, the newly commanded bandwidth is applied immediately.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptTrackingLoopBwdth parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingRxLoopBwdth

ant-tracking-rx-loop-bwdth

1

1/10 Hz and (N/A or s)

AntTrackingRxLoopBwdth ::= SEQUENCE
{

-- The engineering unit of this element is 1/10 Hertz
trackingLoopBwdth INTEGER (1 .. 50000000)
, loopBwdthChangeDuration CHOICE
{

-- The time during which the bandwidth is gradually changed to the newly set value is
-- chosen automatically.
auto [0] NULL
,
-- The engineering unit of this element is second.
bwdthChangeDuration [1] INTEGER (0 .. 100)
}

}

Any attempt to set the antTrackingRxLoopBwdth parameter such that the loop bandwidth is too narrow to track the predicted Doppler rate shall be rejected.

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.23.1

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Provisional

Aperture

RF Aperture

P

This enumerated parameter configures and reports the order of the carrier tracking loop. It can take on the following values:
- 'first order': such loop is hardly ever used because it has a static phase error even in case of a constant return link carrier frequency;
- 'second order': this is the most commonly used loop as it has no static phase error for a constant return link carrier frequency;
- 'third order': such configuration may have to be used in case of high Doppler rates, as such loop has no static phase error even when the return link carrier frequency is sweeping, but initial acquisition is more difficult with such loop.

If the same receiver is used for telemetry reception and antenna steering, setting of this parameter is not possible and the value reported by this is a copy of the ccsds401CarrierRcptOrderOfLoop parameter or a TBD parameter of the CCSDS 415 Return Channel Reception FR Set.

antTrackingRxOrderOfLoop

ant-tracking-rx-order-of-loop

1

N/A

AntTrackingRxOrderOfLoop ::= ENUMERATED
{
firstOrder (0)
, secondOrder (1)
, thirdOrder (2)
}

Setting of this parameter is only possble if a dedicated receiver for antenna steering is used.

1.3.112.4.4.2.1.10100.1.24.1