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TCS software for SONG telescope
Hai Wang; Changzhi Ren
2014-07-22
Source PublicationGround-based and Airborne Telescopes V
Volume9145
PagesVol.9145 52-1-7
Conference Date2014-6-22
Conference PlaceMontréal, Quebec, Canada
Funding OrganizationSPIE
PublisherSPIE
Abstract
Stellar Observations Network Group, SONG, is a Danish led international collaboration project to construct a global network of small 1m telescope around the globe. The second 1 meter SONG node telescope designed by NIAOT is installed at Delingha site in west China.TCS hardware is based on PC, UMAC, tape encoder, motor and driver. TCS software is developed in powerful Qt Creator environment under stable Debian 6.0 operation system. The design rules are modularity and simplification. Several software modules work together to realize telescope usual function . Tracking algorithm is comprised of two parts. One is UMAC motion program, another is tracking thread in PC program. Communication between TCS and OCS is complicated. The method to process remote command is described.
KeywordTcs Software Song Telescope Control Tracking Umac
Subject Area天文技术与方法
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.niaot.ac.cn/handle/114a32/811
Collection中国科学院南京天文光学技术研究所_会议论文
望远镜新技术研究室_会议论文
望远镜工程中心_会议论文
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Hai Wang,Changzhi Ren. TCS software for SONG telescope[C]:SPIE,2014:Vol.9145 52-1-7.
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