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A Mobile Automated High-Speed Transient Data Recording and Transmission System

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Antuna, P.A. ; EG&G, Inc. San Ramon, California 94583

A CAMAC-based mobile automated high-speed transient data recording and transmission system developed for gathering underground nuclear test data in remote areas at the Nevada Test Site is described. The system, which is comprised of a NOVA-820 computer and measurement instrumentation packages interfaced via CAMAC modules, permits baseline and zero-time data to be recorded and transmitted automatically in digital form via microwave data links to a central computer complex for reduction, display, and analysis. The modular software packages developed for this system provide maximum flexibility and efficiency in the tailoring of control and monitoring procedures to match the data requirements of particular tests.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 1977

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