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5 November 1998 HSSR airborne and ground interfaces
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Since a need has been established for solid-state recorders for airborne reconnaissance system and since solid-state memory technology has been demonstrated as a high-speed recorder in high-performance aircraft, Fairchild Defence presents concepts and suggestions involving the use of the new High-speed Solid Recorder. Furthermore, the transition from film reconnaissance system to EO systems has only recently emerged in US military with systems being readied for active duty use. CONOPS from past systems may not be applicable to the newer EO system, especially when a solid- state recorder is utilized. This paper takes a brief, initial look at how solid-state recorders might be used with deployed tactical reconnaissance systems. It attempts to amplify the benefits of using solid-state recorders in place of older film or tape recorder systems.
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Wallace G. Fishell "HSSR airborne and ground interfaces", Proc. SPIE 3431, Airborne Reconnaissance XXII, (5 November 1998);


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