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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Artemiy Kosinov
The Automated Analysis of Telemetry of the Spacecraft at Full Operability of System Sensors
2019
This work relates to the study of the science of satellite in the development of applications for receiving, transmitting and analyzing telemetry in order to algorithmize flight and test sensors of small spacecraft.. The study analyzed existing methods for testing algorithms of automatic systems and small satellites. Also, the paper being considered the main methods of data transfer between devices for remote debugging and control. The purpose of the work is to develop software to simplify the process of writing software code for satellite sensors testing and algorithmizing processes of stabilization, orientation and monitoring satellite readings. The developed system is planned to be used in teaching students to work with the stand of the half-natural modeling in walls of laboratory of the Functional Security of Space Devices and Systems, to prepare users for work on the development of algorithms and flight plans for a real satellite.

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