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AbstractWith the ever increasing demands for higher data volumes and faster data rates, the real-time storage of data is consuming a vast majority of the conventional Telemetry system’s processing bandwidths. General purpose computers have traditionally shared the real-time functions of data storage and operator data and graphic displays. Although the power of the general purpose computer is increasing year-by-year, the telemetry data storage and display requirements are increasing at a far greater pace. Even the fastest host processors have proven incapable of keeping pace with these requirements. This paper will address an architectural approach to real-time storage that will relieve the host processor of this burden.
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