AuthorAvery, Lawrence G., Jr.
AffiliationARIA Programs Division
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AbstractThe topic of this paper is the history of ARIA from its beginning during the Apollo program to its current use as an airborne telemetry platform for orbital, ballistic, and cruise missile testing. The evolution of ARIA telemetry equipment from 1968 to the present will be discussed, as well as plans for future modernization and improved capability. Specific areas to he covered include: real-time data relay, pseudomonopulse tracking, onboard data processing, computer controlled tracking, new receivers, new recorders, and planned modifications to meet future requirements.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering