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From: "Anthony Q. Bachler"
References: <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: heat seeking missile guidance system
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Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 18:16:59 GMT
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Imaging is necessary for newer missles that have to hit targets while moving
at supersonic speeds. Older slow missiles from WW2 had a larger margin of
error in the servos and were also less accurate. Imaging gives the ability
to more accurately control the servos instead of just turning full
The american people did to themselves
what Osama bin Laden could never do,
took away our freedoms in exchange for
a false sense of security.
"Roger Lascelles" wrote in message
> I saw an air force tech on TV describe a 200x200 (?) pixel charge coupled
> sensor in the nose of an IR seeking missile.
> "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.
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