Description of a Digital Simulation Program for Modelling Tactical Anti-Radiation Weapons.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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A general description is given of the computer program which simulates the performance of an anti-radiation homing weapon taking into account the properties of the seeker, assumed to be body-referenced, and the air vehicle. For the purpose of illustration, sample calculations have assumed a minidrone as the air vehicle, although the simulation has a wide range of applications to a variety of platforms. The program can simulate terminal homing in the situations where multiple, co-channel CW emitters are deployed. The three constituent simulation blocks signal in space, seeker, and tactical vehicle are discussed in detail, as well as models for sensor errors and wind effects. Author
- Computer Programming and Software