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14 October 1996 Demonstration results of fly-by-light flight control system architectures for tactical military aircraft
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Requirements for future advanced tactical aircraft identify the need for flight control system architectures that provide a higher degree of performance with regard to electromagnetic interference immunity, communication bus data rate, propulsion/utility subsystem integration, and affordability. Evolution for highly centralized, digital, fly-by-light flight/propulsion/utility control system is achieved as modular functions are implemented and integrated by serial digital fiberoptic communication links. These adaptable architectures allow the user to configure the fly- by-light system to meet unique safety requirements, system performance, and design-to-cost targets. This paper presents results of the open and closed loop system demonstrations of Fly-By-Light Advanced System Hardware architecture building blocks integrated with SAE AS-1773 communication bus at MDA.
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Jack Corrigan, Brad Shaw, and Jack E. Jones "Demonstration results of fly-by-light flight control system architectures for tactical military aircraft", Proc. SPIE 2840, Fly-by-Light III, (14 October 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.254230
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