TELEMETRY SYSTEMS DESIGN TO SUPPORT THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENSE FORCE AT THE EAST AUSTRALIA (JERVIS BAY RANGE) AND OTHER LAND OR OPEN OCEAN EXERCISE LOCATIONS
AffiliationNaval Warfare Assessment Station
Royal Australian Navy
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AbstractThe Royal Australian Navy (RAN) Sonar and Ranges Group (S&RG) office has a requirement to provide a dual weapon capable Mobile Missile Telemetry Range (MMTR) and data analysis system to upgrade their Jervis Bay Range telemetry ground station for supporting at-sea testing of air and surface launched guided weapon, decoy, and target systems. This paper describes the design and development of the MMTR and data analysis system used to support the Jervis Bay Range and the acquisition strategy used to procure the system. Unique design features of the MMTR system include a dual use packaging scheme which permits the system to be transported to any suitable land based location or deployed as two independent shipboard telemetry receiving systems. In addition, the paper describes antenna, receiver, recording, matrix switching, processing, display, and communication subsystem components used within the MMTR system.
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