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The IRIG 106 wiki is sponsored by irig106.org, the source for open source software and documentation related to IRIG 106.
IRIG 106 is a comprehensive telemetry standard to ensure interoperability in aeronautical telemetry application at RCC member ranges. IRIG 106 is developed and maintained by the Telemetry Group of the Range Commanders Council.
Development of the IRIG 106 standard is supported by the Telemetering Standards Coordination Committee (TSCC), which is sponsored by the International Foundation for Telemetering, is chartered to serve as a focal point within the telemetering community for the review of standards documents affecting telemetry proposed for adoption by any of the various standards bodies throughout the World. It is chartered to receive, coordinate, and disseminate information and to review and coordinate standards, methods, and procedures to users, manufacturers, and supporting agencies.
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irig106lib is an open source library for writing, reading, and parsing IRIG 106 format data files. The software library is written in portable C, and currently compiles into a static library and DLL under Microsoft Visual Studio Versions 6.0, 2005, 2008, and 2010, and as a static library under GCC.
The library documentation can be found here.
There are a number of utility programs that have been written to demonstrate the use of irig106lib for the decoding of IRIG 106 data. Available utilities includes:
The IRIG 106 Chapter 10 Programmers Handbook was written to assist users and especially developers of Chapter 10 equipment and data. The handbook provides additional clarification and other useful information. The original handbook is available PDF form. There is also a wiki version as well in development.
The IRIG 106 Chapter 9 TMATS Handbook was written as an additional guide to the interpretation of the Telemetry Atrributes Transfer Standard (TMATS). It is available in PDF form from the RCC website.
TMATS has evolved a lot over the year. Here is a chart of TMATS attributes supported in the various versions of Chapter 9 over the years.