Development and implementation of a communication scheme for software defined radios
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The SSAG is connected to a wide range of different satellite projects, as well as the ISS. Additional to that, it is in need for a groundstation which is capable of communicating with its own satellite projects.Currently, there is a wide range of different hardware based radios used for that, which are expensive in costs and operation.SDR are an opportunity to significantly decrease the effort and the costs of such a groundstation by offering great flexibility in different areas of radio communication.However, the whole radio frequency and digital signal processing chain has to be implemented by hand, if the parts are not offered by an open source community.This thesis sets up basic radio communication schemes and digital signal processing tools in order to lay the groundwork for a SDR to serve as a multi-purpose groundstation radio for satellite and space communication.
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