Spinning reticle seekers , Other Engineering

Spinning Reticle Seekers 
  • A spinning reticle seeker contains a single thermal detector and a spinning patterned disk

- such as the ‘Rising Sun' Reticle.

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- consisting of half a disk of opaque material and half a disk with alternating transparent and opaque bars.

  • If the target hotspot is in the centre of the disk

- meaning that the missile is pointed at the target - the output from the thermal detector is constant.

  • If the target hotspot is to one side of the centre 

- the output is modulated by the bars and zero when the opaque semi-circle covers it up.

 

Posted Date: 8/27/2012 9:15:35 AM | Location : United States







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