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Inventor:
Bomar, II; Lucien C.
Address:
Marietta, GA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4200871 Acquisition system for continuous-wave frequency modulation object detector April 29, 1980
A continuous-wave frequency-modulation active radiometric target seeking device performs search, acquisition, and tracking functions. A technique is provided for target range discrimination and recognition using a pair of narrow band i.f. filters also improving both signal-to-clutter rat
4115776 Adaptive gain control for radiometric target tracking system September 19, 1978
The improved radiometric target seeking system incorporates automatic gain control features including phase tracking automatic gain and automatic gain scan amplitude controls in a system which is basically a dual-axis, gimballed, conical-scan radiometric sensor designed to operate in eit










 
 
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