Accession Number : AD0477278
Title : DESIGN OF THE ELECTRONICS FOR A PULSE INTEGRAL MODULATION DIRECTIONAL CONTROL SYSTEM FOR LANCE,
Corporate Author : ARMY MISSILE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING LAB REDSTONE ARSENAL AL GUI DANCE AND CONTROL DIRECTORATE
Personal Author(s) : McIngvale, Pat H.
Report Date : 20 SEP 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 40
Abstract : A requirement was given to design the electronics necessary to implement a pulse integral modulation directional control system for LANCE. This system is to yield proportional control through the use of on-off secondary injection valves. This report describes the electronics designed to demonstrate the practicality of the pulse integral modulation system by performing the required functions with flight type hardware. This hardware is designed to operate over the temperature range, resist permanent radiation effects damage, and be compatible with the reminder of the LANCE system. Test results are included which show the required electronic performance at ambient and extreme temperatures. (Author)
Descriptors : *SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES, *GUIDANCE, GUIDANCE, PULSE INTEGRATORS, PULSE MODULATION, ELECTRIC RELAYS, CIRCUITS, THRUST VECTOR CONTROL SYSTEMS, SECONDARY INJECTION, VALVES, AMPLIFIERS, AVALANCHE DIODES.
Subject Categories : Guided Missile Traj, Accuracy and Ballistics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE