Accession Number : AD0779482
Title : Development of a Prototype Airborne Oil Surveillance System. Volume I. System Definition Studies.
Descriptive Note : Final design rept. 6 Jun 72-5 Jun 73 on Phase I.
Corporate Author : AEROJET ELECTROSYSTEMS CO AZUSA CALIF
Report Date : JUN 1973
Pagination or Media Count : 272
Abstract : The document provides details of the prototype Airborne Oil Surveillance System (AOSS) design. The surveillance system consists of an x-band side-looking radar system, a 37 GHz passive microwave imaging system, a multispectral low light level TV system, a multichannel infrared line scanner, a position reference system, and a real-time processor/display console. Volume I describes the effort and results associated with the systems analysis and optimization effort. It includes investigation of annotation and navigation systems, various installation and pointing and stabilization techniques for low light level television camera, further investigation of alternative radar systems and various other areas.
Descriptors : *Oil spills, *Remote detectors, Long range(Distance), Radar, Aerial reconnaissance, Prototypes, Surveillance, Systems analysis, Airborne, Cost analysis, Infrared detectors, Data processing, Television systems, Low light levels, Microwave equipment, Performance(Engineering), Images, Position finding, Water pollution
Subject Categories : Optical Detection and Detectors
Infrared Detection and Detectors
Active & Passive Radar Detection & Equipment
Water Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE