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14 May 2019 Design of target source for missile tracking capabilities and guarantee vehicle
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In order to verify the ability to simulate infrared target energy and track targets in a laboratory environment, the infrared target energy simulation and tracking test system was studied. An infrared target source for simulating the energy distribution of the flying target and a test vehicle capable of meeting the corresponding attitude conditions were designed. Another set of test software was designed to obtain the test data. Using an off-axis parabolic mirror with a focal length of 700mm, a multi-mirror and off-axis mirror is used to form a reflective collimator, simulating the spatial distance, and adopting 1% and 10% two attenuators and aperture adjustment to achieve the third gear. The need for energy. The fine adjustment lifting mechanism is used to realize the adjustment of the pitch angle of 0°~10°, and the rolling mechanism is used to adjust the roll angle of 0°~10°, and the hydraulic lifting mechanism is used to reach the 0~1000mm lifting index. Static and dynamic characteristics analysis is carried out for the key components of the test vehicle to ensure that the test vehicle meets the requirements of strength, stiffness and stability. The system has the characteristics of high precision, wide coverage and strong versatility. It provides a good test and simulation platform for verifying the tracking ability of infrared targets.
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YaFeng Qiu, Jie Gu, YiTao Cao, and YunZe Qiu "Design of target source for missile tracking capabilities and guarantee vehicle", Proc. SPIE 11001, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing XXX, 110010O (14 May 2019);


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