21 November 1997 HSSR development progress
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Fairchild Defense Division of Orbital Sciences Corporation has demonstrated that memory technology and pricing have developed to the point whereby solid-state memory recording is both feasible and desirable as a replacement for existing magnetic tape recorders in airborne reconnaissance, instrumentation, and other recording applications. An internally funded development program was conducted for a High-speed Solid State Recorder, and the system has now been integrated and flight tested on several airborne platforms. This paper discusses the progress and results for this new system.
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A. Chris Wikman, A. Chris Wikman, } "HSSR development progress", Proc. SPIE 3128, Airborne Reconnaissance XXI, (21 November 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.283924; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.283924


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