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The amount of a chemical, therapeutic agent or toxin a patient has in his or her system, as in, “How much X does Mr Smith have on board?”
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While the potential benefits on-board computers provide are numerous, the number of companies using these systems is low, according to Anthony Vercillo, president, International Fleet Management Consultants, Ontario, Calif.
Unlike on-board assets, off-board devices are expendable, and once deployed generally cannot be reused.
The issue is not can we build on-board systems or off-board systems that work against monopulse, but what can we afford to put on a tactical aircraft?
Critical assessment of the state-of-the-art on-board IP routing capabilities.