A STATUS REPORT OF THE JOINT ADVANCED MISSILE INSTRUMENTATION PROJECT THE JAMI SYSTEM TAKES SHAPE
AffiliationNAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WEAPONS DIVISION
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AbstractJoint Advanced Missile Instrumentation (JAMI), a Central Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP) initiative, is developing advanced telemetry system components that can be used in an integrated instrumentation package for tri-service small missile test and training applications. JAMI demonstrated significant improvement in the performance of low-cost Global Positioning System (GPS) based Time-Space-Position Information (TSPI) tracking hardware that can be used for world-wide test and training. Acquisition times of less than 3 seconds from a cold start and tracking dynamics to over 60 Gs were demonstrated. The design of a programmable Flight Termination Safe and Arm device has been completed. High dynamic testing results of GPS and Inertial measurement Unit (IMU) devices and problems encountered are discussed. Initial flight-testing of the JAMI components used on the missile and target and the ground processing of the data have been completed. This paper discusses the progress of the program during the past year and the efforts planned for fiscal year 2004.
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