Multi-Mission Telecom Analysis Tool (MMTAT) is a C-language computer program for analyzing proposed spacecraft telecommunication systems. MMTAT utilizes parameterized input and computational models that can be run on standard desktop computers to perform fast and accurate analyses of telecommunication links. MMTAT is easy to use and can easily be integrated with other software applications and run as part of almost any computational simulation. It is distributed as either a stand-alone application program with a graphical user interface or a linkable library with a well-defined set of application programming interface (API) calls. As a stand-alone program, MMTAT provides both textual and graphical output. The graphs make it possible to understand, quickly and easily, how telecommunication performance varies with variations in input parameters. A delimited text file that can be read by any spreadsheet program is generated at the end of each run. The API in the linkable-library form of MMTAT enables the user to control simulation software and to change parameters during a simulation run. Results can be retrieved either at the end of a run or by use of a function call at any time step.
This program was written by Mark Kordon, David Hanks, Roy Gladden, and Eric Wood of Caltech for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. For further information, access the Technical Support Package (TSP) free on- line at www.techbriefs.com/tsp under the Software category.
This software is available for commercial licensing.Please contact Don Hart of the California Institute of Technology at (818) 393-3425. Refer to NPO-40298.
This Brief includes a Technical Support Package (TSP).
Analyzing Spacecraft Telecommunication Sytems
(reference NPO-40298) is currently available for download from the TSP library.
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