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An environment for the integration and test of the Space Station distributed avionics systems

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3 Author(s)
Barry, T. ; Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX, USA ; Scheffer, T. ; Small, L.R.

An approach is described to supplying an environment for the integration and test of the Space Station distributed avionics systems. Background is included on the development of this concept including the lessons learned from Space Shuttle experience. The environment's relationship to the process flow of the Space-Station verification, from systems development to on-orbit verification, is presented. The uses of the environment's hardware implementation, called Data Management System (DMS) kits, are covered. It is explained how these DMS kits provide a development version of the Space-Station operational environment and how this environment allows system developers to verify their systems performance, fault detection, and recovery capability. Conclusions on how the use of the DMS kits, in support of this concept, will ensure adequate on-orbit test capability are included.<>

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 1988

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