ELECTRON-OPTICAL DEVICE FOR MEASURING ANGULAR OSCILLATIONS OF DYNAMIC OBJECTS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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In the basic patent there is described an electronoptical device for measuring angular oscillations of dynamic systems, for example flying objects. The device consists of two identical channels recording the oscillations on the azimuth and the angle of the location. Each channel contains optical paths of the basic and supporting signal with light-sensitive elements with a modulating cylindrical revolving electrode which is common to both paths and an electron system of phase demodulation of the basic signal by the supporting one. This device is supposedly distinguished from the known ones by the higher sensitivity of the oscillations.