THE IRIG 106 CHAPTER 10 SOLID-STATE ON-BOARD RECORDER STANDARD: A DATA PROCESSING PERSPECTIVE
Eglin Air Force Base
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AbstractThe Telemetry Group (TG) of the Range Commanders Council (RCC) developed the Chapter 10 addition to the IRIG 106 standard to “establish a common interface standard for the implementation of solid-state digital data acquisition and on-board recording systems” (). This standard is intended to allow the development of a common set of data playback/reduction software, minimizing the need for a large number of unique programs to handle proprietary data structures. This paper analyzes the Chapter 10 standard from a data processing perspective, providing insight into the benefits and challenges developers will face when writing Chapter 10 software.
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