24 May 1996 Validation of the real-time infrared scene simulator (RISS) for the AN/AAR-44 missile approach warning application
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Abstract
A Missile Warning Receiver Integrated Support Station (MWR- ISS) was designed to perform missile engagement scenario testing with the AN/AAR-44 Missile Warning Receiver (MWR). The MWR-ISS employs the Real-Time Infrared Scene Simulator coupled with a real-time AN/AAR-44 sensor emulation to provide direct signal injection to the AN/AAR-44 Signal Processing Unit. Three sets of tests were performed to demonstrate the radiometric validity of the MWR-ISS. The first test demonstrated the accuracy of the sensor emulator through a comparison of measured laboratory collimator data with simulated data. The second test demonstrated correlation between live missile firings as observed by the AN/AAR-44 at White Sands Missile Range and simulation of the fringes using the MWR-ISS system. The third test demonstrated correlation between live missile firings as observed by the AN/AAR-44 at the Holloman Sled Track and simulation of the firings using the MWR-ISS system.
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Paul A. Acevedo, Paul A. Acevedo, } "Validation of the real-time infrared scene simulator (RISS) for the AN/AAR-44 missile approach warning application", Proc. SPIE 2741, Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing, (24 May 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.241117; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.241117
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