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Eric Péragin

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Eric Péragin is a TMTC expert in the CNES Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Department, having worked in this area for about 20 years. He designed the high performance Rx/Tx used on board the Myriade microsatellite family, also used for the intersatellite link of cometarian probes Rosetta (ESA/CNES/DLR) and Deep Impact (NASA).

Péragin was involved in the Martian Data Relay equipements supplied by CNES for Mars 96 Russian probe, and the U.S. probes Mars Observer and Mars Global Surveyor. He integrated a GPS receiver on the HETE1 spacecraft of MIT and NASA.

He is now responsible for a set of predevelopments regarding CNES next-generation high performance TMTC in S and/or X band for the Rosetta intersatellite link and is the RF expert for the FFRF equipment of PRISMA.

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