Portland State University. Department of Applied Science
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Science
SADDAS (Electronic computer system)
1 online resource (vii, 93 leaves. ill. (part fold.) 28 cm.
SADDAS, a. Self-contained Analog to Digital Data Acquisition System, converts analog voltage inputs to formatted BCD (binary coded decimal digital magnetic tape. SADDAS consists of a 16 channel multiplexer, a 17 bit (4 digits + sign) 40 microsecond analog to digital converter, a 512 byte 8 bit core memory, a 30 IPS (inches per second) digital tape recorder at a density of 556 cpi (characters per inch), and a controller which integrates these instruments into a flexible and easy-to-use system. Sampling rates in excess of 360 samples per second may be used when converting seven channels of data, such as IRIG (Inter Range Instrumentation Group) analog magnetic tapes.
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Petersen, Walter Anton, "SADDAS; a self-contained analog to digital data acquisition system." (1972). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 949.