About IRIG 106 Chapter 10

A large number of unique and proprietary data structures have been developed for specific data recording applications which required unique decoding software programs. The activities of writing unique decoding software, checking the oftware for accuracy, and decoding the data tapes are extremely time consuming and costly. In the late 1990s, the test ranges started to see the implementation of non-tape-based, high-data-rate recorders, the most predominate of which were solid-state memory devices. Then, as high-data-rate digital recorders were fielded and as solid state technology began to emerge, the Telemetry Group (TG) saw the need and formed an ad hoc committee for a computer-compatible digital data acquisition and recording standard.

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