Nine-Channel Data Acquisition System

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Report Number: AFFDL TR 65-151
Author(s): Sackett, Rod, Hobel, Dan
Corporate Author(s): Whittaker Corporation
Laboratory: Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1965-09
Pages: 93
Contract: AF 33(657)-9574
DoD Project: 1390
DoD Task: 139001
Identifier: AD0626653

This report describes the Nine-Channel Data Acquisition System developed for the U. S. Air Force by the Electronics Division of Whittaker Corporation under Contract Number AF 33(657)-9574. The Nine-Channel Data Acquisition System is designed for airborne recording and ground station reproduction of eight channels of flight information plus elapsed time. The system features a crash-proof magazine assembly to allow recovery of the recorded information in the event of a crash and subsequent fire. The Nine-Channel Data Acquisition System is intended for use in measuring and recording time histories of the principal flight parameters from which structural loads experienced by weapon systems in tactical roles can be detected. These structural loads can then be analyzed when the recorded data is processed and interpreted.

Provenance: Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control

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