TELEMETRY RECORDING AND REDUCTION EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPBOARD SUPPORT OF MISSILE EXERCISES
AffiliationE-Systems Inc., ECI Division
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AbstractEvolving growth in Navy ship-to-air missile design has resulted in a need for larger quantities of telemetry information with increasing emphasis on digital telemetry. This has inherently led to the requirement for telemetry processing equipment that is adaptable to these changing missile telemetry data formats. The design for the Telemetry Recording and Reduction Equipment (TRRE), that incorporates today’s technology into a compact, realtime analysis tool for shipboard use, is presented in this paper. The TRRE was designed to process both the Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM) telemetry data formats of existing missile designs and the Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) data formats of evolving missile designs. The TRRE design minimizes the required operator interace through preprogrammed telemeter formats and programmable decommutation tables. A microprocessor is utilized in the design to program the decommutation hardware configuration.
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