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Time/Frequency Collision Avoidance System Equipment. Phase I. Development Model Ground Station and Associated Airborne Feasibility Models.
Final rept. Jul 73-Dec 74,
MCDONNELL DOUGLAS ELECTRONICS CO ST CHARLES MO
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The report summarizes the work accomplished by McDonnell Douglas Electronics Company MDEC under contract with the FAA for Phase I development of TimeFrequency Collision Avoidance System CAS items. The procurement was for equipment, analysis, documentation and for services performed at the National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center NAFEC. Work performed at MDEC is described and includes system analysis, design and development, fabrication and assembly, integration and test, and documentation. Activities at NAFEC are also described and include field training, preliminary functional tests, installation, and field acceptance test. Equipment delivered to NAFEC is described and includes a dual channel ground station, airborne fly-by synchronization equipment, and feasibility models of airborne CAS units for both air carrier and general aviation.
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