The process of sampling signals that measure actual physical occurrences and transforming them into a digital format that can be worked with by a computer and software is known as data acquisition.
The data acquisition system for the missile telemetry and telecontrol was designed using a novel circuit based on the Field-Programmable Gate Array. The solution eliminated numerous drawbacks brought about by conventional circuits based on microcontroller units or digital signal processing technology.
The Global missile data acquisition unit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
CMA is an acquisition unit for missile data. It works perfectly for data acquisition in challenging conditions and confined spaces. In addition to recording and GPS reception, it also has a built-in transmitter and customised interfaces in its functional modules, enabling an all-in-one box implementation. An external system can get fully programmable command and control interfaces as well as data pre-processing from the on-board processing module.
The NetDAS from L3 Harris is a full Data Acquisition System (DAS) that performs extensive signal conditioning and encoding activities in harsh environments. In order to increase performance, maintainability, and survivability in hostile environments, a NetDAS unit is built from stackable conditioning and overhead modules featuring cutting-edge, high-density Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology.
With decades of experience as a dependable, established leader in aviation technology, Curtiss-Wright is the largest rugged aerospace data acquisition provider in the world.
Numerous missile and captive carry platforms have made use of the ACRA KAM-500 data collecting system. The KAM- 500 was chosen for missile programmes for a variety of factors, including its capacity to efficiently and precisely condition information from temperature, strain, and accelerometer sensors.
The KAM-500’s ability to modularly expand to include captive data recording and multiple PCM outputs, as well as the digital filtering precision it offered, were two additional significant benefits.
It has a history of being an important factor in the missile systems’ successful testing. The adaptable design criteria included in every KAM-500 and the controlled use of programme management, which allow the business to quickly react to changing design/schedule circumstances as the programmes grew, are crucial to this track record.
The highly successful PCM880 series of data gathering systems has been followed by the Ultra PCM890 System. For instrumenting missiles, aerial vehicles, and other platforms that call for a small volume ruggedized PCM encoder, there is the PCM890.
The PCM890 is the top system for signal conditioning, encoding, and signal acquisition of all kinds of signals. The design of this system’s hardware and software places a high priority on adaptability, flexibility, and user-friendliness.
The system software is used by the PCM890 System microprocessor to scan the installed hardware, compare it to the user format, and report any inconsistencies. The PCM890 System housings are built to deliver the highest level of test result accuracy even in the harshest conditions. Each enclosure complies with MIL-STD-810E standards and is equipped with EMI/RFI shielding and gaskets for environmental sealing.
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