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Acroamatics to support AARGM programme
Acroamatics Telemetry Systems has been selected by Northrop Grumman to deliver multiple Model 3022AP Portable Multi-function Telemetry Processing Systems in support of the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) programme production and test operations.
The AARGM is a supersonic, medium-range, air-launched tactical missile in use with the US Navy, US Marine Corps, Italian Air Force and the Royal Australian Airforce.
Acroamatics’ Model 3022AP real-time, portable Telemetry Data Processing and Simulation System features high-performance telemetry acquisition and data processing.
Acroamatics’ Telemetry Data Processing (TDP) striping language allows users to customise various aspects of the system, making the Model 3022AP a future-proof design. Whether the mission calls for a custom data processing function or a unique archive format, the TDP scripting language can be used with the decommutation or data processing modules to quickly support most mission requirements.
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