BUBBLE MEMORY INSTRUMENTATION PACKAGE REPLACES DATA LINK IN PARACHUTE TEST SYSTEM AT NWC
AuthorRieger, James L.
AffiliationNaval Weapons Center
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AbstractA bubble-memory recorder for data taken from a parachute-measurement system is used to replace UHF telemetry using FM subcarriers. Significant savings in manpower for the test results, along with greater data quality and simpler, more repeatable data playback. New devices and a ground-based playback decommutator provide greater utility and normally end the requirement for a ground station.
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