Experiences in validating mil std 1553 remote terminals

Today, 1553 has expanded beyond its traditional domain of US Air Force and Navy aircraft to encompass applications for combat tanks, ships, satellites, missiles and the International Space Station Program.Despite the recent advent of newer and higher-speed technologies, it is clearly evident that 1553 will continue to be used extensively in evolving upgrade programs as well as for new applications and integration platforms for years to come.Section I provides you with an overview of the philosophy and implementation of MIL-STD-1553B and several related standards.Using DDC 1553 products to illustrate key points of interest within the framework of these technical discussions, Section I also presents a comparison of MIL-STDs-1553A and B as well as an overview of MIL-STD-1760B.

This allows hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation and rapid control prototyping (RCP) to test and develop control systems that use MIL-STD-1553.

These factors along with increased load bearing requirements has pushed traditional synchronous belt materials beyond their limits.

Materials suppliers and belt manufacturers have combined efforts to develop new designs and materials which address these performance needs.

Each channel can be configured independently as remote terminal (RT), bus controller (BC), or bus monitor (BM).

When configured as remote terminal, each channel supports up to 31 remote terminals, and in BC functionality, schedule lists are supported, with the ability to change lists dynamically during run time to facilitate fault testing for RTs.