High Speed Function Generation for Research and Project Support.
ARMY MISSILE COMMAND REDSTONE ARSENAL AL TECHNOLOGY LAB
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Since 1972, the US Army Missile Research and Development Command MIRADCOM has maintained and operated a real-time hardware-in-the-loop HWIL homing missile simulation at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Because of the need for a detailed, accurate simulation and to support the US Army Modular Missile research program and other advanced missile research, a decision was made to upgrade the HWIL simulation by adding a special purpose digital processor. The processor selected was the Applied Dynamics, Inc., AD 10. This report described the work performed to program the AD 10 and modify the existing simulation for the Homing and Laser Simulation Facility HALS. Author
- Optical Detection and Detectors