Accession Number : ADA293226
Title : Airborne Ocean Water Lidar (OWL) Real Time Processor (RTP).
Corporate Author : PACIFIC-SIERRA RESEARCH CORP SANTA MONICA CA
Personal Author(s) : Hryszko, M.
PDF Url : ADA293226
Report Date : MAR 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 51
Abstract : The Hyperflo Real Time Processor (RTP) was developed by Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation as a part of the Naval Air Warfare Center's Ocean Water Lidar (OWL) system. The RTP was used for real time support of open ocean field tests at Barbers Point, Hawaii, in March 1993 (EMERALD I field test), and Jacksonville, Florida, in July 1994 (EMERALD I field test). This report describes the system configuration, and accomplishments associated with the preparation and execution of these exercises. This document is intended to supplement the overall test reports and provide insight into the development and use of the PTP. A secondary objective is to provide basic information on the capabilities, versatility and expandability of the Hyperflo RTP for possible future projects. It is assumed herein that the reader has knowledge of the OWL system, field test operations, general lidar processing methods, and basic computer architecture.
Descriptors : *OPTICAL RADAR, *AIRBORNE, SIGNAL PROCESSING, METHODOLOGY, REAL TIME, FIELD TESTS, COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE, PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, CONFIGURATIONS, SEA WATER, HAWAII, FLORIDA, OPEN WATER, SEA TESTING, BERYL.
Subject Categories : Optical Detection and Detectors
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE