PACSIM: using simulation in designing a communications satellite.
Bailey, Michael P.
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The Naval Postgraduate School is developing a small, experimental, low-orbit packet radio satellite for launch in 1995. It is the first for use by the amateur radio community to implement spread spectrum communications. To aid in designing the spacecraft's communications network, we have developed an object-oriented, reusable, high resolution simulation model, PACSIM, which: • fully emulates the activity of users in the network; • has the ability to provide information on these measures in several thousand different scenarios.
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