AuthorMiller, Richard J.
AffiliationMicro SciTech Ltd.
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AbstractUntil the early 80's, telemetry processing systems were commonly run on mainframe or mini computers running proprietary operating systems and software with limited portability. The advent of the 'low-cost' workstation reduced the hardware cost but the software still remained relatively expensive and relatively mission specific. The workstation itself, although comparatively cheap, was not, and is still not, an everyday piece of computing hardware Telemetry Processing software has been developed by Micro SciTech to meet both low-cost hardware requirements and mission independence. It runs on networked IBM PC compatible computers and can be re-configured and used for many different missions and experiments without the need for extensive software rewrites.
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