Postflight Analysis of Saturn Telemetry Systems.

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Binder4_051208094654.pdf
spc_stnv_000161

Title

Postflight Analysis of Saturn Telemetry Systems.

Alternative Title

IBM No. 67-460-0003

Description

The abstract states "A telemetry system is a device to transfer information from an inaccessible to an accessible location. A constant input to a telemetry system yields outputs that are distributed according to some density function. A linear change in this constant input may yield a nonlinear change in output. The theory of statistics and experimental design may be applied to the data received from a flight to evaluate the inflight accuracy, linearity, and precision of various telemetry systems. This paper explains the analytical concepts used in postflight analysis of Instrument Unit telemetry systems. It also presents the method for interpreting the results of these analytical techniques."

Date

1967-01-01

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Source

Saturn V Collection
Box 20, Folder 18
University of Alabama in Huntsville Archives and Special Collections, Huntsville, Alabama

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spc_stnv_000150_000174

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Citation

Stovall, John R., “Postflight Analysis of Saturn Telemetry Systems.,” The UAH Archives and Special Collections, accessed February 4, 2023, http://libarchstor2.uah.edu/digitalcollections/items/show/1634.

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