LAUNCH VEHICLE EXHAUST PLASMA / PLUME EFFECTS ON GROUND TELEMETRY RECEPTION, QRLV-2
AffiliationHoneywell Aerospace Electronic Systems
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AbstractThis paper discusses the effect of vehicle exhaust plasma/plume on the ability to receive telemetered data via an S-band RF link. The data discussed herein was captured during the launch of the QRLV-2 (Quick Reaction Launch Vehicle) on April 24, 2002 from Kodiak Launch Center, Kodiak, Alaska using Honeywell’s BMRST (Ballistic Missile Range Safety Technology) system.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering