Accession Number : AD0911862
Title : Performance Evaluation of HF Miniloop Antenna Model MLA-1B.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : ARMY SECURITY AGENCY TEST AND EVALUATION CENTER FORT HUACHUCA AZ
Personal Author(s) : Thomas, Robert E. ; Cosey, Kendall B.
Report Date : JUN 1972
Pagination or Media Count : 122
Abstract : The U. S. Army Security Agency Test and Evaluation Center tested the MLA-1B Miniloop Antenna performance and measured its technical characteristics. The MLA-1B survived heat, cold, rain, dust, and wind environments without damage. Point-to-point communications were established over distances up to and exceeding 800 miles. The antenna patterns and bandwidth were measured and recorded. Safety, human factors, maintenance, and other man-equipment considerations were evaluated.
Descriptors : (*LOOP ANTENNAS, HIGH FREQUENCY), (*WARNING SYSTEMS, DEFENSE SYSTEMS), STANDING WAVE RATIOS, ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE, ACCEPTABILITY, ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS, HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING, RADIO TRANSMISSION, RANGE(DISTANCE), PORTABLE EQUIPMENT, ANTENNA RADIATION PATTERNS, MULTIPLE OPERATION, POLARIZATION.
Subject Categories : Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE