AuthorRieger, James L.
AffiliationNaval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division
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AbstractSubcarrier use in telemetry has decreased in recent years due to emphasis on all-digital systems, but some cases lend themselves more easily to a mixed-service system carrying subcarriers along with a baseband signal. The 'IRIG 106' Telemetry Standards have maintained and expanded several series of FM subcarriers, but some uses are better served with 'non-standard' subcarriers that might be standard in other types of service, making components relatively easily available and inexpensive. This paper examines topics from the RCC study and describes some of the uses of subcarrier systems available to the telemetry designer.
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