THE EFFECTS OF RASTER LINE NUMBERS, FRAME RATES, FIELDS-OF-VIEW, SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIOS, AND TRANSPARENCIES OF REPRESENTATIVE TERRAIN ON OPERATOR PERFORMANCE TEST PLAN, TERMINAL GUIDANCE SIMULATOR STUDY PROGRAM.
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The terminal guidance simulator is an electro-optical device that provides a dynamic real time display of ground terrain television images as they would be scanned from a gimballed image sensor mounted in the nose of a missile. The simulator uses transparencies of aerial photographs to simulate the target area. A hand-operated cursor and a foot-operated readout switch are provided as operator controls. Portions of the transparency are projected onto a screen, where the image is picked up by a closed circuit television system for operator display.
- Air Navigation and Guidance
- Optical Detection and Detectors