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Structured architecture for test systems (SATS) hardware interface standards

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1 Author(s)
Stora, M.J. ; VXI Assoc. Inc., Boonton, NJ, USA

The Structured Architecture Test System (SATS) is the culmination of several years of study to define a more structured approach to integrating VXI, PXI VME, IEC, RFI subset standards into a cohesive system solution. This is done primarily to preserve test program rehostability, equipment reconfigurability, and technology evolution requirements. It further reduces customization/augmentation, test program development, and interface costs, while increasing competition. Fundamental design is being developed through industry participation to assure product viability and long-term commitments to the standard. VXI Associates with government support will assist in completing the necessary coordination, funding, and standard's process. The program is actively seeking instrument suppliers to develop modules meeting the standard

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AUTOTESTCON '99. IEEE Systems Readiness Technology Conference, 1999. IEEE

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1999