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Adaptive Programmable Signal Processor Study. Volume 3
Final rept. 20 Jun 1975-30 Apr 1976
HUGHES AIRCRAFT CO CULVER CITY CA ELECTRO-OPTICAL ENGINEERING DIV
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This report presents the results of a study to define an Adaptive Programmable Signal Processor APSP suitable for on-board satellite processing of data generated by spaceborne electro-optical surveillance sensors and dual mode radars. The tasks performed included 1 definition of system requirements based upon mission requirements supplied by SAMSO, 2 definition of processor performance requirements, 3 configuration of a processor architecture to meet those requirements, 4 evaluation of present and projected semi-conductor device technology applicable to APSP development, 5 identification and preliminary design of those devices critical to APSP development, and 6 preparation of a plan for designing, fabricating and testing a feasibility demoonstration model of an APSP, including requirement component development.
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