AuthorMassing, James E.
AffiliationFairchild Weston Systems Inc.
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AbstractThe amount of information necessary for a computer to setup and process data through a telemetry system is increasing rapidly, The complexity and number of telemetry formats often requires a variety of front-end setups to be kept in the computer. Also, as hardware preprocessors become more common, there is a need to maintain in the computer all information used to direct real-time processing of individual parameters. The need for storage of those setups and parameter definitions, and rapid retrieval of this information, has led to the use of databases in well-designed telemetry systems.
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