A 32-bit microprocessor based solid state data recorder for space based applications.
Frey, Thomas J. Jr.
Terman, Fred W.
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A need exists for non-volatile, reliable and radiation hardened mass data storage devices for space applications. Tape recorders modified for use in the space environment have proven both expensive and unreliable. The use of magnetic bubble memory as a recording medium in recent space projects offers a promising alternative to tape recorders. This thesis develops the design of a 32-bit microprocessor based advanced solid state data recorder for space based applications utilizing two-megabyte magnetic bubble memory boards as the storage medium.