DATA TRANSMISSION AND TRAJECTORY DETERMINING DEVICES FOR RESEARCH ROCKETS AND SATELLITES.
Final rept., vol. 1, 1 Apr 58-30 June 63,
NORTHEASTERN UNIV BOSTON MA ELECTRONICS RESEARCH LAB
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Research concerns evaluation of commercial compo nents, system components and systems field sup port for sounding rockets and balloons and pro grams involving large probes and satellites. Some of the circuits developed are treated quite briefly since they are discussed in greater depth in publications or scientific reports which are generally available. The majority of the report deals with the unpublished work a dual triggered parallel-read commutator for an aspect system the development of a PAMFM system a re-entry physics program concerned with using Trailblazer vehicles to measure the effects the plasma sheath on communications the instrumentation of the Re search Satellite for Environmental Sciences a tabulation of field assistance and a discussion of a program for the evaluation of commercial airborne telemetry system equipments. In the latter case, the test procedures and equipment tested are given. Author
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