DOCUMENT 106-05

PART I: TELEMETRY STANDARDS

(JULY 2005)

Prepared by: Telemetry Group, Range Commanders Council

Published by: Secretariat, Range Commanders Council, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, 88002

Summary of Changes Contained in the IRIG 106

(DISTRIBUTION A: APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITED)


CHAPTERS APPENDICES
1. Introduction, Part I a. Frequency Considerations For Telemetry
2. Transmitter and Receiver Systems b. Use Criteria For Frequency Division Multiplexing
3. Frequency Division Multiplexing Telemetry Standards c. PCM Standards (Additional Information And Recommendations)
4. Pulse Code Modulation Standards d. Magnetic Tape Recorder & Reproducer Information Use Criteria
5. Digitized Audio Telemetry Standard e. Deleted (Available Transducer Documentation)
6. Digital Cassette Helical Scan Recorder/Reproducer, Multiplexer/Demultiplexer,Tape Cassette, And Recorder Control And Command Mnemonics Standards F. Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulation
7. Reserved for New Topic: Ground Based Digital Recording Standard (Solid State And Disk Systems) G. ADARIO Data Block Field Definitions
8. Digital Data Bus Acquisition Formatting Standard H. Application of the Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard
9. Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard I. Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard Cover Sheet
10. Digital On-Board Recorder Standard J. Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard Format Example
K. Pulse Amplitude Modulation Standards
L. Asynchronous Recorder Multiplexer Output Reconstructor (ARMOR)
M. Properties of the Differential Encoder Specified In IRIG Standard 106 For OQPSK Modulations

DOCUMENT 106-01 PART II: TELEMETRY NETWORKS

(MAY 2001)

(DISTRIBUTION A: APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITED)

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05/22/2007 22:11 - Bob Baggerman (bob dot baggerman at gatech dot edu)
The documents above are those officially published by the Secretariat of the Range Commanders Council. Anything else is a non-official copy. And sorry, I don't know of a source for a single document. Another problem with the format above is that there is no version information in each document so when you download it and store it away, later you can't be sure which 106 version it pertains to. This issue was raised at the last RCC meeting. It may be addressed in the -07 standard to be published soon. We'll see.
05/22/2007 10:07 - Joel A. Charbonnet Jr. (Joel dot Charbonnet at navy dot mil)
Is there a link for a single complete download of the standard?

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