UC [Sls-slp] Updated Prox-1 Data Link Layer book Now Available
Gian.Paolo.Calzolari at esa.int
Gian.Paolo.Calzolari at esa.int
Wed Oct 26 10:57:40 UTC 2011
I do agree with Enrico.
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From: Enrico Vassallo
Sent: 26/10/2011 12:07 CEDT
To: "Cosby Matthew" <MCOSBY at qinetiq.com>
Cc: Gian Paolo Calzolari; "Kazz, Greg J \(313B\)" <greg.j.kazz at jpl.nasa.gov>; sls-slp at mailman.ccsds.org
Subject: RE: UC [Sls-slp] Updated Prox-1 Data Link Layer book Now Available
thanks for your inputs. Note that the deadline for input papers expired
one week ago. Additionally, we have an internal ESA problem since the
EXOMARS team did not deliver any request for changes to us.
I propose the following way forward:
1) With priority one we discuss in Boulder the changes necessary to align
the 3 books for a mission starting today so that we eliminate the many
inconsistencies we found. This can be done by looking at the inputs
delivered in time for the meeting. 3 clean and correct books can be
delivered at the end of the meeting.
2) With a view to integrating comments requesting additional capabilities
(inputs from you and Greg, delivered late), we could dedicate the time
that remains from activity 1and maybe generate a new set of drafts that
should remain in the WG. By the next meeting, we can work out the internal
ESA problems and check that EXOMARS is approved as we know it today (if
the Russians come on board by next January, we may need to add additional
non CCSDS standard modes......)
Given that the new features in 2 require independent verification as for
CCSDS rules, I would recommend that we go ahead with agency review of the
documents resulting from 1. In two years from now, we may be able to
submit the documents initiated in 2 for an add-on review. There are too
many problems with the current books to delay delivering corrected
versions. One idea would be not to do an agency review but to call this
delivery a corrigendum. In this case, we can have only one agency review
once the new capabilities have been properly added and verified.
Let's discuss it in Boulder so as to avoid too many emails .....
"Cosby Matthew" <MCOSBY at qinetiq.com>
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RE: UC [Sls-slp] Updated Prox-1 Data Link Layer book Now Available
Sorry for the delay?
I have now added a new document to the CWE ( http://tinyurl.com/3n9qx9r -
same link as below) that contains the comments from UKSA on the P1 Data
Link Layer. This has been done from the ExoMars lander point of view.
I have also added the document that has the proposed changes to the hail
for Set V(R) ? which was presented in Berlin.
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Subject: [Sls-slp] Updated Prox-1 Data Link Layer book Now Available
Dear SLS-SLP members,
Please find a new draft review version of the Prox-1 Data Link Layer
recommendation in: (filename: Prox1 Data Link Oct 14 2011 includes ESA)
There are a few ESA comments that are pending resolution. You can find
these and NASA comments concerning them in the same URL with filename:
Comments to ESA on DLL Oct 18
Chairman SLS-SLP WG
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