Army Standard Electronic Modules (SEM) Requirements.
ARMY ELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH NJ ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY/DEVICES LAB
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A study was conducted to determine US Army Standard Electronic Module requirements in order to ascertain the potential for reducing proliferation of subassembly electronics, research and development lead time, life cycle costs and logistic burdens. The following four equipment platform types were studied manpack, avionics, ground support test and mobile-vehicle. Data indicated that usage of printed wiring assemblies occurred at certain peak sizes. All of the equipment environmental requirements were reduced to one class. The Army peak sizes were compared with Navy Standard Electronic Modules and Air Force SAMP-ATR modules. Selected module design criteria were prioritized to apply to each equipment platform type studied. Author
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies