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From: "John Jardine"
Subject: Re: heat seeking missile guidance system
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 02:01:22 -0000
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suman wrote in message
> I am doing a project on Guidance system for heat seeking missile with
> a demonstration with servo motors. What IR sensors are to be used for
> the purpose of this.Is it better to use an IR image sensor for the
> purpose or seperate sensor ayyay(of 4) to get horizontal and vertical
> difference signals if the target is out of axis.Please suggest any
> other for the project.Thanku.
The mil surplus 1970's "Bloodhound" missiles I checked over, used 4 IR
sensors in individual mirrored quadrants (about 3" compartments, facing
forward). Steering actuators were on the tailfins. Should be easy to
replicate and demonstrate.
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