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Advanced Micro-Transceiver Technologies for Extreme Mass/Energy/Volume Challenged Missions

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Advanced Micro-Transceiver Technologies for Extreme Mass/Energy/Volume Challenged Missions

The primary objective is to mature an existing TRL 5 product that is designed for Earth applications into a fully designed and tested micro-transceiver useable on space-based extreme MEV challenged platforms. A secondary objective is to demonstrate interoperability between this micro-transceiver and next-generation NASA communications assets: specifically the "Communications, Navigation and Networking ReConfigurable Testbed (CoNNeCT)/Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) Testbed" scheduled to be deployed aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The demonstration will be a ground (Earth) to Space (ISS) link demonstration.

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