ITTC Project

Dual S & C Band Telemetry

Project Award Date: 02-05-2014


Reductions and reallocations of telemetry radio frequency (RF) wireless bandwidth have prompted the need for Department of Defense (DoD) agencies to prepare for operation in more restricted and less desirable frequency spectrum. Telemetering systems used by the DoD must evolve to address these
frequency allocation changes, while retaining operational characteristics that are vital to mission success. The design and implementation of high performance transmitters capable of simultaneous operation in the S?Band (2200?2400 MHz), and C?Band (4400?4950 MHz and 5091?5250 MHz) frequency ranges, would provide a substantial contribution to the successful migration towards mandated
telemetry spectrum allocation changes.


Faculty Investigator(s): Erik Perrins (PI)

Student Investigator(s): Cenk Sahin

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