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AbstractRCC 106 Chapter 10 has established the standard for interoperable flight test recording on the DOD ranges. The growth of network and distributed technologies in flight test instrumentation (FTI) has led to the recent adoption of Chapters 21 through 28 to provide standards for implementing interoperable telemetry networks. However, the new standards have led to confusion and concern that the investment in Chapter 10 recorders will be lost. This paper first clarifies the complementary nature of the RCC 106 chapters and proposes one possible path to extending the current capability of a Chapter 10 recorder with telemetry network capability while minimizing impact to existing recording and support systems.
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