The use of microcomputers in DCS AUTODIN tributaries
Anderson, Gordon Ernest
Powers, V. Michael
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Present-day Mode I AUTODIN tributaries utilize largescale computers such as the IBM 360 series, Burroughs 3500 series, and the Univac DCT 9000. The feasibility of using microcomputers (such as the Intel 8080) for such applications was investigated. It was demonstrated that microcomputers can function as Mode I AUTODIN tributaries at speeds greater than 2400 baud. This fact could result in the replacement of expensive leased equipment with subsequent cost savings and expanded use of AUTODIN in tactical and mobile situations. In addition, new methods of describing communication protocols were explored.
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