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The reference architecture provides the framework for organizing the various elements that are developed within LibreCube. For example, a power conditioning element for an exploration system would be grouped here: remote segment / platform / power. Most of those elements are of generic nature, so they can be used for satellites, robot, drones. Some other elements are more specific in their application, such as rotor blades for a drone. The reference architecture organization is applicable to all LibreCube elements.
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The Reference Architecture (REFA) provides the framework for organizing the various elements that are developed within LibreCube. For example, a power conditioning element for an exploration system would be grouped here: remote segment / platform / power. Most of those elements are of generic nature, so they can be used for satellites, robot, drones. Some other elements are more specific in their application, such as rotor blades for a drone. The reference architecture organization is applicable to all LibreCube elements.
  
Note that the definition of the reference architecture is a work in progress. The current baseline is as follows:
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''Note that the definition of the reference architecture is work in progress''
  
 
*'''Remote Segment'''
 
*'''Remote Segment'''
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***24 Thermal
 
***24 Thermal
 
***25 Processing
 
***25 Processing
***26 Guidance, navigation and control (GNC)
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***26 Attitude and Orbit Control
 
***27 Propulsion
 
***27 Propulsion
 
***28 Mechanism
 
***28 Mechanism
 
***29 Firmware
 
***29 Firmware
**30 Support equipment
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**30 Support Equipment
***31 Electrical ground support equipment (EGSE)
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***31 Electrical Ground Support Equipment (EGSE)
***32 [[Mechanical ground support equipment]] (MGSE)
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***32 [[Mechanical Ground Support Equipment]] (MGSE)
*'''Ground segment'''
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*'''Ground Segment'''
**40 Ground station systems
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**40 Ground Station System
***41 Ground antennas
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***41 Antenna System
***42 RF and baseband equipment
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***42 Return Space Link
***43 Station systems
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***43 Forward Space Link
**50 Ground network
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***43 Station System
***XX Gateway
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**50 Ground Network
**60 Mission operations system
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***51 Space Link Extension
***XX Data storage
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**60 Mission Operations
***XX Mission control system
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***61 Mission Control
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***62 Planning
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***63 Automation
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***64 Flight Dynamics
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***65 Data Archieve and Dissemination
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***66 Simulator
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*'''Launch segment'''
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Revision as of 09:50, 8 May 2019

The Reference Architecture (REFA) provides the framework for organizing the various elements that are developed within LibreCube. For example, a power conditioning element for an exploration system would be grouped here: remote segment / platform / power. Most of those elements are of generic nature, so they can be used for satellites, robot, drones. Some other elements are more specific in their application, such as rotor blades for a drone. The reference architecture organization is applicable to all LibreCube elements.

Note that the definition of the reference architecture is work in progress

  • Remote Segment
    • 10 Instruments
      • 11 Remote Sensing
    • 20 Platform
      • 21 Structure
      • 22 Power
      • 23 Communication
      • 24 Thermal
      • 25 Processing
      • 26 Attitude and Orbit Control
      • 27 Propulsion
      • 28 Mechanism
      • 29 Firmware
    • 30 Support Equipment
  • Ground Segment
    • 40 Ground Station System
      • 41 Antenna System
      • 42 Return Space Link
      • 43 Forward Space Link
      • 43 Station System
    • 50 Ground Network
      • 51 Space Link Extension
    • 60 Mission Operations
      • 61 Mission Control
      • 62 Planning
      • 63 Automation
      • 64 Flight Dynamics
      • 65 Data Archieve and Dissemination
      • 66 Simulator
  • Launch segment

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