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Development of a “Synchronization Trigger” for the Spanish Oceanographic Ships Based on an Embedded Real-Time Java System

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6 Author(s)
Sorribas, J. ; Mediterranean Marine & Environ. Res. Centre (CMIMA), Consejo Super. de Investig. Cientificas, Barcelona, Spain ; del Rio, J. ; Shariat-Panahi, S. ; Dickel, C.C.
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It is indispensable to have time synchronization and event/pulse generation systems on board oceanographic research vessels to control the data acquisition rate of sensors and equipment. This paper presents a pulse generation system based on the aJ-100 real-time Java embedded system with the capability of being integrated into a general-purpose acquisition system of the BIO Hesperides research vessel named LabVir. In the development of this system, a platform with reduced size and weight and networking technology for system control and data access was used, making its integration easy in any research vessel. Furthermore, a logic design for the event generation was implemented, making the overall system adaptable to any future needs.

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:58 ,  Issue: 9 )