AAS 196th Meeting, June 2000
Session 32. Space Instrumentation
Display, Tuesday, June 6, 2000, 10:00am-6:30pm, Empire Hall South

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[32.03] A Configurable Internet Telemetry Server / Remote Client System

W.T. Boyd, A. Hopkins, M.J. Abbott, F.R. Girouard (Center for EUV Astrophysics, UC Berkeley)

We have created a general, object-oriented software framework in Java for remote viewing of telemetry over the Internet. The general system consists of a data server and a remote client that can be extended by any project that uses telemetry to implement a remote telemetry viewer. We have implemented a system that serves live telemetry from NASA's Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer satellite and a client that can display the telemetry at a remote location. An authenticated user may run a standalone graphical or text-based client, or an applet on a web page, to view EUVE telemetry. In the case of the GUI client, a user can build displays to his/her own specifications using a GUI view-building tool.

This work was supported by grants NCC2-947 and NCC2-966 from NASA Ames Research Center and grant JPL-960684 from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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