TRUE UNMANNED TELEMETRY COLLECTION USING OC-12 NETWORK DATA FORWARDING
AffiliationSypris Data Systems
KeywordsTelemetry Data Networks
Range Data Collection
Data Storage with Long Haul Networks
FC over SONET
FCIP over SONET
FC over ATM
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AbstractThe cost of telemetry collection is significantly reduced by unmanned store and forward systems made possible using 622MHz OC-12 networks. Networks are readily available to telemetry system architects. The in-band control of remote unmanned collection platforms is handled through a Java browser interface. Data from many telemetry channels are collected and temporarily stored on a digital disk system designed around the OC-12 network. The I/O, storage, and network components are configured, set, and initialized remotely. Recordings are started and stopped on command and can be made round-the-clock. Files of stored, time stamped data are delivered at the rate of OC-12 to a distribution center.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering