[Sls-slp] Prox-1 GB Text for Inclusion
greg.j.kazz at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Nov 16 16:57:29 UTC 2006
You are correct.
You have a default case where the user has no data to send just directives
But I left out PLCW/Status Report in the original GB text that mimics the
actual frame selection rules in the prox-1 data link blue book.
The GB text should read:
· Select a frame from the MAC Queue
· Select a PLCW or status report if a User_frame was selected last
· Select an Expedited Frame
· Select a Sequenced Controlled Frame from first the Sent Queue else
from the sequence controlled queue
· Select a PLCW or status report if a PLCW was selected last
 User_frames are sequence controlled frames either from the Sent Queue
or the Sequence Controlled Queue
So the sender should always be able to send a status report if a PLCW could
not be sent.
But please take a look at p 4-2 (Section 184.108.40.206) in the current Prox-1
data link BB to make sure you agree with the official frame selection rule
At 06:55 AM 11/16/2006, you wrote:
>Perhaps I am missing something, but the phrase "Select a PLCW if a PLCW was
>selected last" raised a red flag for me. Should it be something like
>"Select a PLCW if there are no frames ready" instead?
>Consider the situation where a non-User Frame is output and then there are
>no more Frames to send. It will never be possible to send a PLCW
>unless/until a User Frame is sent! (You can only send a PLCW if the
>previous choice was a PLCW or a User Frame)
>From: sls-slp-bounces at mailman.ccsds.org
>[mailto:sls-slp-bounces at mailman.ccsds.org] On Behalf Of Greg Kazz
>Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 3:49 PM
>To: sls-slp at mailman.ccsds.org
>Subject: [Sls-slp] Prox-1 GB Text for Inclusion
>Please review the attached text concerning the Prox-1 Frame Selection Rules
>and let me know if you have any comments concerning it. I would like to add
>this text to the Prox-1 GB to clarify the frame selection rules.
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