1986-10-01

Integrated Diagnostics for Advanced Weapon Systems 861757

The maintenance diagnostics problem is becoming more difficult as weapon systems, operational environments, and tactical requirements become more complex. Existing fighter aircraft have achieved greater than 95% built-in test (BIT) capability, but are experiencing high false removal rates due to fault detection/fault isolation (FD/FI> ambiguities. This paper will shows how to reduce the program risk by implementing testability features as front end requirements.
Integrated Diagnostics activities are part of the design process to build testability and supportability into the weapon systems. By influencing the hardware/software design early in the program, a large payoff in logistics costs will result in the operational and support phase.

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