A 486/133 CPU with 33 ns cache, numeric coprocessor
and DLP graphics are linked with the KNOWBELL [*] software under an extended DOS operating system to provide a powerful system capable of handling the large data volume produced by an RCS measurement radar.
Typical systems will have a 40megabyte or larger hard disk with an average access time of 28 milliseconds or less for a high data transfer rate, not less than 2 megabytes of RAM with 32-bit memory access (4 megabytes or more are better to take advantage of die chip's power), an EGA or Video Graphics Array monitor, and an 80387 or Weitek numeric coprocessor
. System response time, or more properly, perceived response time, is superb.