NEW ARCHITECTURE FOR A HIGH SPEED VERSATILE TELEMETRY/COMPUTER SYSTEM
AuthorStrock, O. J. (Jud)
AffiliationFairchild Weston Systems, Inc.
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AbstractIn telemetry/computer systems, there are significant trends toward: 1. Higher data rates, 2. More complex data formats, 3. Hardware pre-processing and compression, 4. Faster, more versatile interfaces to general-purpose computers. 5. The 32-bit computer system, 6. A small dedicated secondary computer for routine tasks, and 7. Smarter display devices and display servicing. This paper describes a system architecture which addresses each of these trends. The modular equipment provides a high-speed data throughput rate, even with complex formats, and is compatible with modern 32-bit computers.
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