Computer interfaces, Military education, Synthetic training devices
This report surveys many of the interfacing techniques currently in use on emerging military training devices. The primary focus of this report is associated with the hardware aspects of computer interfacing. After a brief introduction into the various aspects of military training devices, this study presents various computer related interfacing techniques used on military training devices. Topics addressed in the study include custom designed interfaces, commercial packages, serial communications with an emphasis on RS-232, -422, -423, and -449 serial standards as well as local area networks. Then, a number of bus standards are presented and finally, interface products pertaining to computers previously used for most training device applications are summarized
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Bauer, Christian S.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Fraas, Gary R., "A Comparative Study of Computer Interfacing Techniques for Military Training Devices" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4702.
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