The mechanism of air borne transmitter is explained in Command Guidance system for the Titan I Missile in the United States.
United States USA Date:1962, June 1 Duration:6 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
The operation of the Command Guidance system for the Titan I Missile in the United States. Animation depicts: the electronic loop ties the missile to the ground guidance equipment. Animation depicts the operation of the missile. The missile lifts up under booster power and turns in line with designated target area according to the program. Mechanism of the air borne transmitter which emits radio energy and radar antennas being explained. Change is measured by the code wheels on antenna shaft. Range and missile actual position is also determined. The information is fed into computer system. Actual data is collected and compared with the fed data. The deviations are then calculated. Pitch yaw,steering orders and address codes are sent to missile. The missile borne equipment decode and send back its transformed tracking signals. The booster is separated and motor is ignited. Motor shuts as the desired velocity is attained and the payload is separated. The velocity data is calculated using moving bar charts and the concept of smoothing time being explained. Features incorporated to protect external jamming of the Command Guidance system includes power,antenna pattern,frequency ,code protection and blanking of receiver.
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