ISO 18441:2013

Space data and information transfer systems — Space Link Extension — Application Program Interface for Transfer Services — Core Specification

Publication date:   May 29, 2013

95.99 Withdrawal of Standard   Nov 3, 2016

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95.99 Withdrawal of Standard   Nov 3, 2016

ISO

ISO/TC 20/SC 13 Space data and information transfer systems

International Standard

49.140   Space systems and operations

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ISO 18441:2013 defines a C++ Application Program Interface (API) for CCSDS Space Link Extension (SLE) Transfer Services, which is independent of any specific technology used for communications between an SLE service user and an SLE service provider.
ISO 18441:2013 defines the Application Program Interface in terms of:

the components that provide the services of the API;
the functionality provided by each of the components;
the interfaces provided by each of the components; and
the externally visible behavior associated with the interfaces exported by the components.

It does not specify:

individual implementations or products;
the internal design of the components; and
the technology used for communications.

ISO 18441:2013 defines those aspects of the Application Program Interface which are common for all SLE service types or for a subset of the SLE service types, e.g. all return link services or all forward link services. It also defines a framework for specification of service type-specific elements of the API. Service-specific aspects of the API are defined by supplemental Recommended Practice documents for SLE return link services and SLE forward link services.
ISO 18441:2013 for the Application Program Interface responds to the requirements imposed on such an API by the CCSDS SLE transfer service Recommended Standards that were available when ISO 18441:2013 was released.

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Adopted from CCSDS 914.0-M-1 (2008)