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An Instrument Design Lab (IDL) session is typically scheduled for one five-day week and is tailored to meet the customer's study needs. During the week the Discipline Engineering Team (DET) prepares material that addresses the requirements, baseline design, alternative designs & trade studies, functional diagrams, interfaces, detailed estimates of mass, power, and data rate, technical risk assessment, issues/concerns, recommendations, models, parametric/grassroots costs, and background information.

IDL's instrument expertise spans a broad range of disciplines:

  Contamination Flight Software Opto-Mechanical
  Costing Integration & Test Radiation
  Cryogenics Lasers Reliability
  Detectors Mechanical Analysis Shuttle Interfaces
  Electrical Mechanical Design Structures
  Electro-Mechanical Microwave RF Systems
  Electro-Optical Orbital Debris Technology Assessment
  Fine Guidance Optics Thermal
       
     
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Last Updated: 01/29/2016