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This book comprises the select proceedings of the International Conference on Small Satellites and its Applications (ICSS) 2022. It aims to provide a comprehensive and broad-spectrum picture of the state-of-the-art research, development, and commercial perspective of various discoveries conducted in the real-world smart small satellites, applications and their services. The contents of this book focuses on efficient power management system, application-based optimum payload designs, telemetry and telecommand, advanced navigation and RF systems, flight and ground software’s, structure, mechanism and materials, space craft autonomy, quality, testing and reliability for designing the small satellites through advanced computational procedures for a variety of applications, etc. This book proves a valuable resource for those in academia and industry.
D.V.A. Raghavamurthy is Director of Aerospace Research in Veltech University. He joined ISRO as Systems Engineer after his M.Sc.(Tech) from REC Warangal and worked on numerous satellite projects, including Bhaskara-II, TES, and IRS satellites. He was Project Director of Cartosat-1, IMS-1, YouthSat, SARAL and first Project Director of Chandrayaan 2. He had also been involved in small satellite projects till 2013, when he became Director of the Earth Observations System in ISRO Head Quarters and was responsible for Earth observing satellites, missions and applications till his retirement in 2016.
V. Sambasiva Rao is Professor in the Electrical and Communications Engineering Department in PES University and Director of the Crucible of Research and Innovation (CORI), Bangalore. An engineering graduate from College of Engineering, Kakinada, (Andhra University), he obtained his Ph.D from BITS, Pilani, and was associated with ISRO in various capacities for 37 years, till his retirement as Deputy Director from ISRO Satellite Centre in June 2011. In ISRO, he was responsible for the development of high bit rate data transmitters for all IRS series of satellites and various RF and microwave systems in S, C, X, Ku and Ka bands for IRS and INSAT missions and was also associated with the planning of communication satellites and development of associated technologies.