Browsing International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, Volume 38 (2002) by Authors
ENTERPRISE FLIGHT DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (EFDMS) AND STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGY DISCUSSIONCrenwelge, Robert; Conway, Brian; Dillon, Kevin; EMC Corporation (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2002-10)This paper presents efforts in developing a data management system and storage infrastructure for assisting test engineers in achieving information superiority and maintaining vital up-to-date information. The focus of this Paper is to generate support for a technology refresh, upgrading the major data centers that share in the responsibility of processing telemetry information. We illustrate how our efforts fit into this goal and provide an overview of our concept for a revolutionary transformation in data management systems. We present the significance of this new technology and suggest a path to implementing the solution.
WHO MOVED MY TAPE RECORDER FLAVORED CHEESEBerard, Alfredo J.; Chalfant, Tim; Lloyd, Joe; Small, Marty; Buckley, Mark; Bagó, Balázs; Lockard, Michael; Eglin Air Force Base; Edwards Air Force Base; Navair; et al. (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2002-10)For the last 30 years Magnetic Tape Systems have been the primary means of recording data from airborne instrumentation systems. Increasing data rates and harsh environmental requirements have often exceeded the ability of tape-based systems to keep pace with platform technology. This paper examines operational and data reduction benefits when employing the IRIG 106 Chapter 10 Solid State Recorder Standard introduced by the Range Commanders Council (RCC) Telemetry Group (TG). The Standard and this paper address media formatting, data formatting for a variety of different data types, data downloading, and data security, along with serial command and control and discrete command and control of the recorder. This paper also addresses software data processing and raw data reconstruction of Chapter 10 data.