EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL-OFF-THE-SHELF LITHIUM BATTERIES FOR USE IN BALLISTIC TELEMETRY SYSTEMS
AuthorBukowski, Edward F.
AffiliationU.S. Army Research Laboratory
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AbstractAs technological advances continue to be made in the commercial sectors of portable and wireless communication products, additional advancements in battery technology have also been made. These advancements have allowed for the rapid growth of a large variety of commercially available batteries which have the capability to meet or even exceed the current power and size requirements for numerous ballistic telemetry systems. The replacement of a custom built battery with a COTS battery would provide immediate advantages such as lower cost, shorter lead times and higher availability. The overall objective of this paper is to provide ballistic telemetry systems engineers and designers with multiple low cost, readily available alternatives to traditional custom made power sources.
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