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Ion Implanted Guided Wave Devices for Army Fire Control,
ARMY ARMAMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMAND DOVER NJ FIRE CONTROL AND SMALL CALIBER WEAPON SYSTEMS LAB
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In a recent review of the Armys Fire Control Technology Base1, several key issues were repeatedly emphasized. One of these issues was that future fire control systems will have to meet certain stringent requirements in order to permit the Army to successfully engage hostile forces in anticipated combat scenarios. Prominent among these requirements are minimum acquisitionreaction time, multiple target engagement capability, increased first round hit probability, and 24 hourall weather operation. The first three requirements clearly indicated the need for sensing and signal processing subsystems capable of handling large amounts of digital and analog information and of processing this information rapidly. Author
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