Portable Pathogenic Predictor for Stormwater
Not Available The innovation offered by this Phase I SBIR proposal is a 2.488 Gbps spaceborne fiber optic network operating at ATM OC-48 data rates, with the potential of yielding interconnect speeds as high as 4.98 Gbps. This innovation represents a significant improvement in the data handling capabilities of currently available spaceborne data networks. The fiber optic network will implement the IEEE 1393 Spaceborne Fiber Optic Data Bus (SFODB) protocol standard while providing a 2 to 4 times increase in data throughput capacity. Additionally, the proposed innovative protocol ASIC and fiber optic transceiver MCM designs have the potential to drastically reduce current spacecraft interconnect power consumption while providing enhanced EMI isolation, and significantly reducing spacecraft development, integration and test cost. The commercial aerospace market has exploded with demands for high speed data handling requirements; our fiber optic networks will meet this demand.
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