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Alternate title: Tactical electronics simulation test system : final report phase I CDRL A004
Fairfield, Rupert; University of Central Florida. Department of Electrical Engineering; University of Central Florida. Division of Sponsored Research; University of Central Florida. Institute for Simulation and Training
Interactive computer systems; Military art and science -- Computer programs; Military art and science -- Computer simulation
Report addresses the preliminary findings of the Tactical Electronics Simulation Test System (TESTS) Phase I effort: Requirements Analysis and Feasibility Assessment, involving requirements for an advanced identification friend or foe (IFF) simulation environment, existing applicable and available facilities and resources for subsequent project phases, technical issues and concerns to minimize risk, and technical approach and conceptual design for an advanced IFF system and environment simulation leading to TESTS.
Table of Contents
Table of contents -- List of figures -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Problem -- Study approach -- Summary of major survey findings -- Summary of TEMP objective analysis -- Technical issues -- Lessons learned -- TESTS approach -- Recommended TESTS concept -- TESTS prototype build plan -- ACETEF integration and interface -- Softrware development approach -- TESTS-conclusion -- Phase I research -- Electromagnetic research findings -- Communication research studies -- Signal generation research -- Design research studies -- Conclusions.
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Naval Training Systems Center (U.S.); Patuxent River Naval Air Test Center (U.S.)
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Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida
Institute for Simulation and Training
Companion, Michael A., "Tactical Electronics Simulation Test System: Final Report CDRL A004" (1991). Institute for Simulation and Training. 187.