April 2010
UNIX Update;Apr2010, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
The article announces the introduction of Performance Technologies' (PT) MPR2000 Radar and Sensor Data Recording/Playback System, an offering for air traffic control and defense communication systems complementing MPS1000 Data Distribution Servers which could transport multiple radar formats and sensor interfaces over Internet Protocol(IP). It has the capability to easily record and play back radar/sensor data for accurate time stamping and enabling the user to view captured data as source material.


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