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Radar Open System Architecture provides net centricity

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1 Author(s)
John A. Nelson ; MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, Massachusetts, USA

The second generation of the Radar Open Systems Architecture has been developed and put into practice. This approach consists of a layered architecture that isolates applications from underlying hardware and software elements such as operating systems, middlewares, communication fabrics, and computer platforms. The framework also consists of a set of component libraries that are being populated as the framework is applied in an expanding series of application domains. Easy swap ability for the library components or newly-developed components along with a high degree of hardware independence allows systems built using this infrastructure to be easily maintained and upgraded.

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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 10 )