Data Latency

In a remote sensing context, data latency refers to the difference in time between data observation and delivery. Low data latency (fast packet delivery) relies on a robust communication network of ground stations to fully harness the data collection and relay capabilities of a nanosatellite constellation.

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Day S. NOAA Direct Broadcast Data Initiative to Meet NWP Latency Requirements. In: SlidePlayer.com. 23 January 2013. Accessed 3 October 2016.