Simulates real-time network traffic on a MIL-STD-1553 data bus, emulating BC-RT, RT-BC and RT-RT transfers.Designed by Steven Merrifield in Australia
The MIL1553NE network emulator is a self-contained interface for generating MIL-STD-1553 data packets. It simulates data transfers between a Bus Controller (BC) and multiple Remote Terminals (RT). ...Read More…
The MIL1553NE network emulator is a self-contained interface for generating MIL-STD-1553 data packets. It simulates data transfers between a Bus Controller (BC) and multiple Remote Terminals (RT).
The MIL1553NE is ideal for simulating bus activity without requiring access to a live MIL-STD-1553 network. The emulator generates BC-RT, RT-BC and RT-RT transfers using a range of fixed addresses, sub-addresses and word counts.
Simply apply 5V power (for example, from a USB port) and the unit will immediately start generating MIL-STD-1553 data packets. It acts as a Bus Controller, sending out packets and also acts as a Remote Terminal, receiving those packets and responding with a status message.
The differential output signal is transformer coupled, electrically isolating the emulator from the acquisition equipment.
A breathing LED provides operational status indication and the PCB will be protected with clear heat shrink. Assembled by hand in panels of two.
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Lyle | Nov. 6, 2019
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