Analog and digital hardware development for a microcomputer controlled data acquisition system for acoustical imaging.
Carlock, Reid Owen
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This thesis presents the design and testing of a microcomputer controlled data acquisition system for an acoustical imaging system. Analog sinusoidal signals are processed through a 256 channel analog multiplexer to high speed phase and amplitude detection channels. Analog to digital conversion is accomplished with a microcomputer peripheral module. Data storage then follows in a 64K byte peripheral memory. Interface with a cassette tape recording system is accomplished for data transferral.
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