Brassboard Configuration - Definition
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What is a Brassboard Configuration?
Brassboard configuration is experimental model used outside of the laboratory environment (field testing) to determine the feasibility of the product under development. It is used in developing technical and operational data for field testing.
In the technology world, brasshards are circuit boards that have ten conductive layers. A brassboard is a prototype stage done after engineering validation boards (EVB) but before other final prototype stages are carried out. A brassboard is often done after a breadboard, which is an earlier prototype stage.
Academic Research on Brassboard Configuration
- Progress in the development of a high data rate, high capacity Optical Disk Buffer, Levene, M. L. (1989, May). In Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting (Vol. 1078, pp. 105-112). International Society for Optics and Photonics.
- Inertially stabilized two-axis gimbal for space laser communication systems: design description and test results, Mellon, R. R., & Owen, W. J. (1990, July). In Free-Space Laser Communication Technologies II (Vol. 1218, pp. 658-663). International Society for Optics and Photonics.
- Second generation Raytheon Stirling/pulse tube hybrid cold head design and performance, Kirkconnell, C. S., Price, K. D., Ciccarelli, K. J., & Harvey, J. P. (2005). In Cryocoolers 13 (pp. 127-131). Springer, Boston, MA.
- ST3: converting from the lab experiment to flight instrument, Cox, B., Danesh, P., & Konefat, E. H. (2001).
- Converting from a lab experiment to a flight instrument, Cox, B., Danesh, P., & Konefat, E. H. (2001). In Aerospace Conference, 2001, IEEE Proceedings. (Vol. 4, pp. 4-2057). IEEE.
- Flight test results from a low-power Doppler optical air data sensor, McGann, R. L. (1995, June). In Air Traffic Control Technologies (Vol. 2464, pp. 116-125). International Society for Optics and Photonics.
- Goddard optical communications program, Seery, B. D. (1990, July). In Free-Space Laser Communication Technologies II(Vol. 1218, pp. 13-27). International Society for Optics and Photonics.
- Electric Drivetrain for Hybrid Electric Bus, Gilbert, A. T., & Rehn, R. L. (1992). Electric Drivetrain for Hybrid Electric Bus (No. 920446).
- Autonomous power system brassboard, Merolla, A. (1992). Autonomous power system brassboard.
- Brassboard development of a MEMS-scanned ladar sensor for small ground robots, Stann, B. L., Dammann, J. F., Enke, J. A., Jian, P. S., Giza, M. M., Lawler, W. B., & Powers, M. A. (2011, June). In Laser Radar Technology and Applications XVI (Vol. 8037, p. 80371G). International Society for Optics and Photonics.