AffiliationELECTRONIQUE SERGE DASSAULT
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AbstractFor nearly 20 years, ELECTRONIQUE SERGE DASSAULT has been developing several data acquisition systems, in particular in-flight test systems, excluding sensors, means for recording on magnetic tape and transmission by telemetry processes (Figure 1). It may be noted in passing that these systems have been named EMMANUEL, SAMUEL, RACHEL and DANIEL (Figure 2). These systems have allowed the control of in-flight testing for numerous aeronautical programmes both civilian and military, such as for the recent FALCON 900 and MIRAGE 2000 programmes. The tests undertaken related to the performance characteristics of the aircraft itself and, especially during the last few years, the performance characteristics of the airborne avionics. Present and future in-flight test requirements have spurred ELECTRONIQUE SERGE DASSAULT to undertake the design and development of a revised DANIEL System, referred to as the system of the nineties : DANIEL 90.
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