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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2467

Fly-by-Light: Technology Transfer
Editor(s): Daniel B. Thompson; Robert J. Baumbick; Larry B. Stotts
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2467
Date Published: 22 May 1995
Softcover: 24 papers (254) pages
ISBN: 9780819418203

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Fly-by-Light Advanced Systems Hardware (FLASH) program
Author(s): Carlos A. Bedoya
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FLASH requirements for the high intensity radiated field electromagnetic environment
Author(s): John K. Murdock
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Maximizing commonality between military and general aviation fly-by-light helicopter system designs
Author(s): Russell Enns; David C. Mossman
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Fly-by-light flight control systems
Author(s): Don J. Halski
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Aircraft optical cable plant program plan: the approach for the physical layer for fly-by-light control networks
Author(s): Thomas L. Weaver; John K. Murdock
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Dual use fly-by-light: development for transport aircraft
Author(s): John R. Todd; John C. Pilatos
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Tactical aircraft optical cable plant program plan
Author(s): Thomas L. Weaver; John K. Murdock; James R. Ide
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Micromachined multifiber optic splices
Author(s): Gregory J. Sellers; Richard F. Roth
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Multifiber optic connectors for aircraft applications
Author(s): Gregory J. Sellers; Richard F. Roth
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High-density 18-channel fiber optic avionics connector
Author(s): Christopher A. Roe
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Polymeric waveguides for optical backplanes
Author(s): Lawrence W. Shacklette; Kelly M. T. Stengel; Louay A. Eldada; Chengzeng Xu; James T. Yardley
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FLASH program cable plant
Author(s): Patricia P. Wiener; Tav Rotondale; David S. Kalenak
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Fly-by-light flight control system architectures for tactical military aircraft
Author(s): Jack Corrigan; Jack E. Jones; Brad Shaw
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Application of neural network technology to fly-by-light control systems
Author(s): James M. Urnes
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Fly-by-light optical bus interface module (OBIM)
Author(s): Robert Gargano
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Selection of a fiber optic data bus for the FLASH program
Author(s): Samuel I. Green
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Honeywell optical investigations on FLASH program
Author(s): Ken O'Rourke; Eric Peterson; Larry Yount
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Time rate of decay optical fiber total air temperature sensor and optically interfaced air data system for fly-by-light applications
Author(s): Mark S. Miller; Richard W. Phillips; S. D. Hahn; J. H. Scholz
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Wavelength encoding long stroke fiber optic linear position sensor for actuator control applications
Author(s): William B. Spillman; Robert D. LaClair; Robert E. Rudd; Frederick G. Hoff
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High-performance optical input servovalve
Author(s): Carlos E. Harrington
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Fiber optic gyro inertial measurement unit with dual rate 1773 interface
Author(s): Kevin C. Scholten
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Integration of a fiber optic gyro AHRS into a fly-by-light aircraft configuration
Author(s): Noboru Kondo
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More electric aircraft need for a high-speed optical data bus
Author(s): Gerald E. Amies; Dick Kotalik
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Fly-by-light aircraft closed loop test program
Author(s): Don J. Halski; Bradley L. Kessler; Robert E. Mattes; Michael F. Wanamaker; Robert J. Baumbick
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