A Versatile Memory Controlled PCM Encoder for Adaptive Telemetry Systems
AuthorJohnson, C. S.
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AbstractAn Adaptive Telemetry System is defined as a flexible, controllable pulse code modulation (PCM) telemetry system which offers many options and many modes of operation prior to and during actual test of a monitored system. The concept of having a telemetry system adapt to the data and circumstances of the test is not new. Large data-gathering systems using computers for control have pioneered this concept. However, the present development activity has centered on a small aerospace memory controlled PCM encoder which can function as the keystone of an adaptive telemetry system. The encoder can be used by itself as a general-purpose airborne encoder.
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