AFSCP Part Derating Guidelines; Department of the Air. Force, Air Force Systems Command (AFSC) Pamphlet. Application for. AFSCP Part Derating Guidelines. AFSCP › Part Derating Guidelines. AFSCP – EDITION – CANCELLED. The study covered existing criteria from AFSC Pamphlet and the development of new criteria based on data, literature searches and the use of advanced.
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An electrically small superdirective monopole array with superconducting matching networks is a candidate for use in an air-to-air missile as part of a multispectral seeker.
As part of a recent radar 8000 performance upgrade effort, it was deemed necessary to change the elevation plane offset angle between the transmit and receive beams. The results of the study are additional derating criteria that extend the range of AFSC Pamphlet E signal combining network which is dedicated to the receive function.
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The seeker must have a multispectral capability in order to successfully engage advanced Low Observable aircraft and missiles. These data will be transitioned from the report to AFSC pamphlet for use by government and contractor personnel in derating electronics systems yielding increased safety margins and improved system reliability.
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To date no antenna system consisting of electrically small conventional metal monopole radiators and HTS material matching networks has been demonstrated. The devices that were investigated were: The air-to-air missile guidance is initially provided by a surveillance and control aircraft.
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Superconducting Matching Networks in Monopole Antennas 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The goals of this program were to demonstrate the performance advantages of UHF Super Directive Array using a monopole antenna matching network made of high temperature superconducting HTS material over a monopole antenna matching network made of gold and to demonstrate the feasibility of using HTS material matching networks to feed a two element electrically small superdirective monopole array.
The study covered existing criteria from AFSC Pamphlet and the development of new criteria based on data, literature searches and the use of pamphlwt technology prediction methods developed in RADC-TR The electrically small monopole antenna and the electrically small element monopole antenna array were operated in the UHF band because the need exists pmphlet a high efficiency electrically small array operating in the UHF range as part of a multispectral seeker of an air-to-air missile.
In both cases only the matching networks were made of HTS material. The electronic elevation scanning function for the antenna is effected on both transmit and receive by a set of very accurate ferrite rotary field 8000 shifters and associated analog and digital control circuitry. The radiators were made of silver, copper, and steel.
Advanced Technology Component Derating by Timothy A Jennings 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide This report has been prepared to summarize the technical study performed to determine the derating criteria of advanced technology components.