apollo psa test point adaptor

Jon Elson elson at pico-systems.com
Sun May 19 09:46:00 CDT 2019

On 05/18/2019 10:08 PM, Adrian Stoness via cctalk wrote:
> anyone know where i could find manual or drawings on this im up in northern
> manitoba canada picked it up at a rr auction to experiment with as a audio
> interface not sure if the jacks on the side are the weird pins nasa had or
> another standard i can find?
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/1ajs/albums/72157705166193482
There's a switch labeled "IRIG" which stands for Inter Range 
Instrumentation Group, and refers to a standard for 
telemetry encoding.  There is a standard for time code, a 
standard for modulating analog signas onto a bunch of FM 
carriers, and a standard for multiplexing several analog 
signals onto one FM carrier.

Apollo documents are probably VERY hard to come by these days.


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