Tactical electronic reconnaissance processing and evaluation segment a new look
Kollay, Daniel Patrick
Kreutzer, Kenneth Lee
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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With the proposed procurement of EA-62 aircraft, the U.S. Marine Corps planned the development of TERPES (Tactical Electronic Reconnaissance Processing and Evaluation Segment) to perform post-mission tape analysis. The development phase was initiated on a first generation tactical computer, CP-642B. The thrust of this paper was to identify state-of-the-art replacements for the CP-642B, while identifying areas of concern within the development cycle. Alternative systems were discussed with the emphasis on system flexibility and expandability.
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