Browsing International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, Volume 42 (2006) by Authors
CHAPTER 10 RECORDING STANDARD UPDATELockard, Michael T.; Garling, James A. Jr; EMC Corporation, Solutions Engineering Group (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2006-10)The IRIG 106 Chapter 10 Standard has evolved significantly since its inception. This paper covers the background, technology, status, users, supporting vendors and future considerations such as ground-based recording and archiving. Also covered are samples of toolsets available for troubleshooting, validation, data processing and display of Chapter 10 data
MANAGING MULTI-VENDOR INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS WITH ABSTRACTION MODELSLockard, Michael T.; Garling, James A. Jr; EMC Corporation, Solutions Engineering Group (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2006-10)The quantity and types of measurements and measurement instrumentation required for a test are growing. This paper describes a methodology to define and program multi-vendor instrumentation using abstraction models in a database that allows new instrumentation to be defined rapidly. This allows users to support multiple vendors’ systems while using a common user interface to define instrumentation networks, bus catalogs, measurements, pulse code modulated (PCM) formats, and data processing requirements.
MINING IRIG-106 CHAPTER 10 AND HDF-5 DATALockard, Michael T.; Rajagopalan, R.; Garling, James A.; EMC Corporation, Solutions Engineering Group (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2006-10)Rapid access to ever-increasing amounts of test data is becoming a problem. The authors have developed a data-mining methodology solution approach to provide a solution to catalog test files, search metadata attributes to derive test data files of interest, and query test data measurements using a web-based engine to produce results in seconds. Generated graphs allow the user to visualize an overview of the entire test for a selected set of measurements, with areas highlighted where the query conditions were satisfied. The user can then zoom into areas of interest and export selected information.