Abstract: A communication satellites play an outsized character in the socio-economic growth of a country, nevertheless the satellite communication system design trade-offs proliferation with the involvedness of the requirements. Surrounded by various satellite communication know-hows, advanced orbiting systems endorsement is an outstanding one projected by CCSDS (Consultative Committee for Space Data System). In AOS, the error correction coding schemes commonly used are convolutional coding, Turbo coding and RS coding. This paper introduce the implementation procedure of RS-Turbo hybrid code, than make the quantitative analysis of performance in AOS by the data of software simulation experimentation, the work starts with random frame generation, that is converted into a compact information by using spatial modulation (representing data streams in form of constellation points and antenna number). Finally, the communication is performed using BPSK modulation, the inference is that the proposedcode has higher coding gain, smaller complexity cost and less error probability. The advantages of this proposed coding scheme from different points are analyzed. In particular, the impact of proposed coding scheme on measurement accuracy is explained at the end of the paper.
Keywords: Advanced Orbiting System (AOS), Consultative committee for space data systems (CCSDS), Channel coding, forward error correction (FEC) code, convolutional code, Reed-Solomon code, RSC code, Turbo code, orthogonal spatial division multiplexing, space time codes, spatial modulation, satellite communication.