Wilson, Bruce, Messac, Achille, Kowalski, Gregory
Raytheon is working on the development of a defense radar system designed to track and acquire incoming enemy targets. This radar, known as JLENS, is mounted to the bottom of an aerostat (blimp) giving it an advantage over current systems by providing a larger field of view. Due to air currents, the aerostat tends to pitch and roll, creating a need for a radar active stabilization system.
defense radar systems, motion simulation adaptation
Northeastern University, Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Estabrooks, Caleb; Jackson, Brian; Jourdrey, Kurt; Keene, Andrew; and Letourneau, Craig, "Raytheon Motion Simulator" (2007). Capstone Design Program: Mechanical Engineering. Paper 91. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d10011122
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