Telemetry equipment complex (TMEC) is designed to transmit on-board information from a high-dynamic facility to ground receiving points (GRP).
The onboard telemetry equipment (TME) includes: a GNSS receiver with an antenna, a telemetric information transmitter (TIT), antenna transmitter kit and embedded software.
GRP a set of antennas for work in the near and far zone, a GNSS receiver with an antenna, a TIT receiver, turntables, a GSM/GPRS modem, a PC with software, an autonomous power supply device and a tent (awning).
General requirements for TMEC
|Frequency range||ДI, ДII, ДIV|
|Number of lettered frequencies||3|
|Information transfer rate from aircraft to GRP, kbps||<400|
|Bit error probability||<10-7|
|Range of radial velocities of aircraft, m/s||±1800|
|Range of inclined ranges to aircraft, km||0,1… 100|
|The height range of aircraft, km||0 …50|
|Time of continuous work onboard TME, min||< 20|
Parameters of onboard TME
|Maximum (3s) measurement error on the entire flight path of the aircraft:
|Accuracy of binding TME to GNSS time stamp, ns||<50|
|Power supply, V||23 … 34|
|Current consumption, A||<0.4|
|Maximum diameter, mm||120|