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Towards a portable, memory-efficient test system for Conducted Energy Weapons

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Towards a portable, memory-efficient test system for Conducted Energy Weapons
We present a readily portable, memory-efficient performance test system (PTS) for Tasers. The proposed PTS has been developped for the most widely used Conducted Energy Weapons (CEW), Taser X26. The PTS is designed in accordance with the CEW Test Procedure, recently adopted and published by a group of experts. This work is an advancement of our earlier work where we developed a performance calibration system for the Taser X26 in 2010. The objective of the proposed PTS is to check whether the electrical specifications of the Taser X26, listed in the CEW test procedure, fall within the manufacturers limits for satisfactory electrical performance or not. Additionally data above and beyond that necessary for performance validation is generated for further study of failure modes and biomedical effects. A new data file format is proposed to create a consistent structure for a data repository and data mining in future research. The CEW is electrically connected to a calibrated dummy resis...
Peyman Rahmati, David Dawson, Andy Adler
Added 13 Dec 2011
Updated 13 Dec 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where CCECE
Authors Peyman Rahmati, David Dawson, Andy Adler
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