High speed data acquisition system.
Elliott, Mack Taylor
Schmidt, Louis V.
Strutynski, Kathryn B.
MetadataShow full item record
This paper describes the expansion and modification of an existing data acquisition system to effect extensive improvements in speed and flexibility. A microprocessor, flexible disk drive, analog to digital converter, direct memory access module, and high-speed line printer were integrated and interfaced to an IBM 360 digital computer with a high-speed data transmission line. The resultant system provided the capability of digitizing up to sixteen analog inputs simultaneously at rates in excess of 45,000 samples per second. The experimental data could be transmitted expeditiously to the IBM 360 computer for efficient manipulation. Additional benefits gained from the system were its capabilities as a remote terminal for the IBM 360 and a typewriter-quality word processor. The data acquisition and reduction system was qualified for functional performance and speed through a series of test exercises. The word processor was demonstrated in the production of this document.
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Nagashima, M.; Agrawal, B.N. (2012);For a large Adaptive Optics (AO) system such as a large Segmented Mirror Telescope (SMT), it is often difficult, although not impossible, to directly apply common Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) controller design methods ...
Spin stabilization of the ORION satellite using a thruster attitude control system with optimal control considerations Cunningham, Janet L. (Naval Postgraduate School, 1989);The controlled system is the ORION satellite spinning about its single axis of symmetry. Hydrazine thrusters are used as the control and are modeled by ideal, constant magnitude step functions. The system is normalized and ...
Pugliese, Antonio; Enos, James; Nilchiani, Roshanak (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2018-04-30); SYM-AM-18-165The approach of the Department of Defense (DoD) to acquisition programs is strongly based on systems engineering. DoD Directive 5000.01 calls for "the application of a systems engineering approach that optimizes total ...