AffiliationEglin Air Force Base
Teletronics Technology Corporation
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AbstractThe deployment of network-based airborne instrumentation systems is leading to cost-efficient replacement of legacy instrumentation systems. One application of airborne data acquisition that has been developed and maintained separately from traditional avionics and orange-wire data acquisition systems is high-speed camera packages. The development of network-based instrumentation systems has led to an opportunity to unify these two previously distinct airborne data acquisition activities. This paper describes the range-video network-based instrumentation system (rNET) being implemented by the 46th Test Wing, 846th Test Support Squadron at Eglin Air Force Base, FL to replace the existing Airborne Separation Video System (ASVS).
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