Nonvolatile Solid State Data Recorder for Space Applications
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Solid state data recorders provide numerous advantages over reel-to-reel tape recorders. Having no moving pans, they offer great reliability and do not produce troublesome reaction torques as compared to mechanical recorders. The Naval Postgraduate School has designed and built a solid state magnetic bubble memory data recorder for use on board a satellite. This recorder is based on a modular concept. The basic configuration consists of a back plane, power supply card, a controller card, a recorder interface card, a system interface card, and a selectable number of memory cards, containing four Mbytes each.
Publication: AIAA/USU Conference on Small SatellitesTechnical Session IV: Subsystems
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