AuthorLamy, Michael F.
AffiliationSCI Systems, Inc.
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AbstractIn January, 1983 SCI Systems, Inc. initiated design under a contract with the U.S. Air Force for the development of the Air Force Flight Test Instrumentation System (AFFTIS). This system is being developed to provide for the flight test instrumentation needs of the Air Force through the 1990s. The requirements specification was derived from the results of a survey conducted by the Air Force approximately two (2) years prior to contract award. The results of this survey were that the new system should provide more channels and higher frequencies, all in smaller size. In addition, the system should be modular and easily expandable to accommodate testing of yet undefined future aircraft systems. This paper describes the AFFTIS System as it is presently designed and some of the unique concepts used to meet the specified design goals.
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