Accession Number : AD0893966
Title : System 621B User Equipment Definition and Experiment Program for the U.S. Army.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 21 May-3 Sep 71 on Phase I,
Corporate Author : GRUMMAN AEROSPACE CORP BETHPAGE NY
Personal Author(s) : Aguado, Morton M. ; Hammer, Gerald ; Becker, James H. ; Regis, Robert ; Sakson, Paul
Report Date : 03 SEP 1971
Pagination or Media Count : 272
Abstract : In order to solidify confidence in the predicted performance of the System 621B receiver, this report outlines the tradeoffs that were performed to determine the best field test, for the U.S. Army, of a representative single-channel receiver which would use a helicopter as a test vehicle. Options have been defined including a choice of single-channel receiver and the addition of a real time navigation capability. Also the details of the design and test plan for the selected field test are given, as well as the requirement for the test range. This effort was done in sufficient range and depth to allow the immediate initiation of the test hardware procurement and/or fabrication. (Author)
Descriptors : *NAVIGATION, ARMY OPERATIONS, INSTRUMENT LANDINGS, REAL TIME, POSITION FINDING, AIRBORNE, FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS, TERRAIN, TACTICAL WARFARE, HELICOPTERS, ELECTRONIC WARFARE, ANTENNAS, COMPUTERS, FLIGHT TESTING, ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, COST EFFECTIVENESS, ALGORITHMS, ERRORS, DOPPLER EFFECT, GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, PHASE SHIFT CIRCUITS, NAVIGATION SATELLITES.
Subject Categories : Navigation and Guidance
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE