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 +~~ODT~~
 +===== IRIG 106 Telemetry Attributes Transfer Standard (TMATS) Handbook =====
 +
 +This programming handbook presents the results of work performed by members of the 
 +Telemetry Group (TG) under Task TG-83 of the Range Commanders Council (RCC). This 
 +document provides information to assist programmers in developing software for use with 
 +RCC Document 106, Telemetry Standard, historically referred to as Inter-range Instrumentation ​
 +Group (IRIG 106). Therefore this document contains frequent references to the IRIG 106 
 +document, primarily Chapter 10, Digital Recording Standard; it also covers aspects of Chapter 6 
 +and Chapter 9.
 +
 +[[Introduction]]
 +
 +  * The Range Commanders Council (RCC) and History of TMATS Telemetry
 +
 +[[Getting Started]] With A Simple Example
 +  * A Simple Example ​
 +  * Attribute General Syntax and Semantics
 +  * A “Measurement” by any Other Name
 +  * A “Look and Feel” Example
 +  * Attributes for the Look and Feel Example
 +  * Let’s Talk About Bits
 +
 +[[Completing The Simple Example]]
 +  * The G-Group – General Information ​
 +  * The T-Group – Transmission Attributes
 +  * The M-Group – Multiplex/​Modulation Attributes
 +  * The P-Group – PCM Format Attributes
 +  * The D-Group – PCM Measurement Description
 +  * The C-Group – Data Conversion Attributes
 +  * The Completed TMATS File 
 +
 +[[General Structure And Groups]]
 +
 +[[More TMATS Examples]]
 +  * Examples for Various Measurement Location Types
 +  * Concatenation Examples
 +  * Examples for Setting up Transmission Attributes
 +  * Chapter 10 Recorder Examples ​
 +
 +[[Extensible Markup Language]] (XML) TMATS Differences ​
 +
 +[[Stuff People Should Never Have Done]] (But You Need To Be Able To Interpret)
 +
  
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