AuthorBaca, Dawnielle C.
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AbstractThe Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Simulation System (DAAS) is a computer system designed to allow data sources on spacecraft in the Flight System Testbed (FST) to be monitored, analyzed, and simulated. This system will be used primarily by personnel in the Flight System Testbed, flight project designers, and test engineers to investigate new technology that may prove useful across many flight projects. Furthermore, it will be used to test various spacecraft design possibilities during prototyping. The basic capabilities of the DAAS involve unobtrusively monitoring various information sources on a developing spacecraft. This system also provides the capability to generate simulated data in appropriate formats at a given data rate, and to inject this data onto the communication line or bus, using the necessary communication protocol. The DAAS involves Serial RS232/RS422, Ethernet, and MIL-STD-1553 communication protocols, as well as LabVIEW software, VME hardware, and SunOS/UNIX operating systems.
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