AffiliationBOEING COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT GROUP
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AbstractA Remote Telemetry Station (RTS) was developed to support Boeing’s requirement to relocate its flight test telemetry range away from Seattle, Wa. As requirements to relocate the test range were investigated high level requirements were documented and various approaches were evaluated. The end result of the analysis and requirements definition was the procurement of the Remote Telemetry Station (RTS). The RTS is capable of supporting many sites, tracking and receiving up to 1024 Kbits/sec of telemetry data, providing fully redundant two-way radio communication in the UHF and VHF bands, linking all the data back to Seattle and appearing transparent to the users. The RTS was designed and developed by a Boeing/Veda Incorporated team. The end result of this joint design and development effort is a system that meets all Boeing requirements in a highly integrated, extremely efficient, and very flexible package providing for growth through the year 2000.
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