AuthorAraujo, Maria S.
Seegmiller, Ray D.
Noonan, Patrick J.
Newton, Todd A.
Samiadji-Benthin, Chris S.
Moodie, Myron L.
Grace, Thomas B.
Malatesta, William A.
AdvisorSouthwest Research Institute
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
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AbstractThe integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET) program has developed standards for network-based telemetry systems, which implementers and range users of Telemetry Network System (TmNS) equipment can use to promote interoperability between components. While standards promote interoperability, only implementation of the standards can ensure it. This paper discusses the tools that are being developed by the iNET program which implement the technologies and protocols specified in the iNET standards in order to ensure interoperability between TmNS components and provide a general framework for device development. Capabilities provided by the tools include system management, TmNS message processing, metadata processing, and time synchronization.
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