High Shock, Wideband, Miniature, Air Borne FM/FM Telemetry System
AffiliationAydin Vector Division
Saab Missiles AB
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AbstractAydin Vector Division has received an order from Saab Missiles AB, Sweden, to develop an airborne, high shock, wideband FM/FM telemetry system. During 1985 (within a period of eight months) three such systems (FMT-780) were built and shipped to customer after successful testing in the plant. The testing included acceptance and qualification. Later on, the three systems were exposed to high shock testing/firing in Sweden. This paper describes the specifications of the system, the design approach that was used in order to meet these specifications, the systems conceptual mechanical and electrical structure, the packaging technique and some of the test results. As a result of the success of the program, Saab Missiles AB, awarded Aydin Vector Division with an additional order for sixteen, computer based, specially designed, miniature PCM/FM airborne telemetry systems. A paper describing these systems and the overall program is going to be published within the next two years.
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