AffiliationElgin Air Force Base
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AbstractCurrent telemetry instrumentation systems are subject to space and weight limitations for use in bombs, dispensers, submunitions, projectiles and other tactical weapons systems. It is not now feasible to instrument submunitions and projectiles for weapon effectiveness data because of state-of-the-art telemetry devices cannot be rapidly and cost effectively installed in unmodified munitions. Furthermore, aircraft modifications for flutter/loads testing are extremely expensive and time consuming. This program will develop a low cost telemetry chip-set consisting of integrated sensors, signal conditioning, transmitters and encryptors. "Peel-and-Stick" telemetry devices which contain a specific chip-set with integrated sensors, a battery, and antenna in an extremely small package will also be developed.
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