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ISO 21076 describes SCCS architecture in terms of the following: - definitions of all key elements, on ground and in space, that are involved in space communications; - definitions of concepts that characterize SCCS services; - requirements on system elements and components that provide secure SCCS services; - recommended protocol stack configurations for each element type; and - recommended end-to-end system configurations to provide interoperable and crosssupportable space communications services. The purpose of this Recommended Practice is to define a set of requirements for CCSDSrecommended configurations for secure Space Communications Cross Support (SCCS) architectures. This architecture is to be used as a common framework when CCSDS Agencies 1) provide and use SCCS services, and 2) develop systems that provide interoperable SCCS services. These SCCS services include both elements on the ground and elements in space. These services cover both single-hop, space Data Link Layer services (Mission Operations Center [MOC]-to-spacecraft), and Solar System Internet (SSI), multihop, Network Layer services that involve data routing and internetworking using multiple space assets.
||Space data and information transfer systems - Space communications cross support - Architecture requirements document