A microprocessor-based communications information system
Ekstrom, Robert Harry
Reinhardt, William Henry, III
Powers, V. Michael
Kildall, Gary A.
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A functional design of a microprocessor-based system is proposed as a model for the Naval Environmental Display Station for use by the Naval Weather Service Environmental Detachments. The design consists of four modules: control, communications, storage, and display. A software program prototype that simulates many of the proposed functions of the control module is discussed. The processing requirements for the communications module are presented along with a proposed hardware configuration. The storage module, based on a floppy disk system, is explained and its required functions defined. A display module utilizing an intelligent terminal and two CRTs is considered. The microprocessing system was designed to show not only the power and flexibility of this system, but also to demonstrate a potential application of low cost microprocessor technology.
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