[CESG] Requesting SSG "consensus": QSCID Question

Shames, Peter M (US 312B) peter.m.shames at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Jun 14 23:52:19 UTC 2021

Hi Marc,

I completely sympathize with your situation.  I would agree that these kinds of requests are really pretty unreasonable since the QSCID ought to be a simple ID in a table in any reasonably designed software system.

I am also concerned, when they say “TLM and TC” that they are thinking “old school SCID” and not necessarily realizing that there are separate QSCIDs for different protocols.  Do they really mean TLM, i.e. TM protocol, and not AOS?

Unless someone on the SSG strongly objects I am going to suggest that we remove the “pick your own number” option from the SANA SCID website and tell them “You get one of the available numbers, as assigned by our algorithm.”

In accordance with CCSDS Consensus processes "Can anyone not live with this choice? “

Thanks, Peter

From: SSG <ssg-bounces at mailman.ccsds.org> on behalf of Marc Blanchet <marc.blanchet at viagenie.ca>
Date: Monday, June 14, 2021 at 2:07 PM
To: "SANA Steering Group (SSG)" <ssg at mailman.ccsds.org>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [SSG] Fwd: QSCID Question

 We have work hard to fulfill those in the past., but with all the multiple overlaps over multiple bands, these kind of requests for «specific assignments » are becoming complicated to fulfill, are time consuming and potentially error prone.  We would like at some point that we have the right to just say: « sorry, we can’t fulfill specific assignments ».  We would like to have guidance from the SSG about these.


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Date: 14 juin 2021 à 10:29:04 HAE
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One of our missions would like to know if some V1 QSCIDs are available for TLM and TC in the X-band to match their other SCIDs. Are any of the QSCIDs below available for us to request? (all in decimal)

  *   116
  *   229
  *   068

John Blalock Jr.

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