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An Indirect Data Transfer Technique based on MIL-STD-1553B for the Software Upgrade of Embedded Equipments on a Missile Assembly with Booster
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 Title & Authors
An Indirect Data Transfer Technique based on MIL-STD-1553B for the Software Upgrade of Embedded Equipments on a Missile Assembly with Booster
Kim, Kipyo; Yu, Haesung; Lee, Heoncheol; Yun, Seokjae; Ahn, Keehyun; Woo, Deogyoung;
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 Abstract
This paper addresses the problem of the software update or upgrade of embedded equipments on a missile assembly with booster. Because the embedded equipments are assembled delicately and closely one another with various communication and power cables, they should be very carefully disassembled to directly upgrade the software of a certain embedded equipment. This may cause not only the costs for disassembly and reassembly but also additional tests to verify the completeness of the reassembled missile as a missile assembly with booster. This paper presents an indirect data transfer technique based on MIL-STD-1553B through Guidance Control Unit to easily upgrade the software of other equipments without any additional costs caused by disassembly and reassembly. The presented technique was successfully applied to the software upgrade of various equipments on real missile assembly with booster.
 Keywords
Missile Assembly with Booster;MIL-STD-1553B;Guidance Control Unit;Indirect Data Transfer;
 Language
Korean
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