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McAdam Jr William E: Advanced fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, April 13, 1971: US3575085 (66 worldwide citation)

A fire control system for vehicle or tank control that provides a high first hit probability. The system is highly stable because of a sampling concept and is highly accurate because of the handling of nonstandard conditions. Reliable operation is provided for a moving tank or target, or both, and f ...


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Marasco Paul M, Frohock Jr Millard M, McAdam Jr William E: Ballistic computer. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Hughes Aircraft Company, July 3, 1973: US3743818 (38 worldwide citation)

A ballistic computer comprising a first section for computing the ballistic levation angle signal by the mechanization of a power series as a function of target range, the selected ammunition type, and variations in firing conditions from standard values; and a second section for computing a time of ...


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McAdam Jr William E, Clutterbuck Roy G, Frohock Jr Millard M: Electronic ballistic computer for tank fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, September 14, 1971: US3604897 (11 worldwide citation)

A computer circuit for generating signals related to the ballistics of a plurality of projectile or ammunition types, the signals including time of flight, superelevation, and ballistics drift signals. The computer includes a plurality of parallel channels, and a first adjustable operational amplifi ...


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Frohock Jr Millard M, McAdam Jr William E: Ballistic elevation angle generator. Hughes Aircraft Company, June 12, 1973: US3739152 (7 worldwide citation)

A ballistic computer having an elevation angle generator comprising a first section for producing a first signal representative of target range modified as a function of the initial velocity value for a selected ammunition and nonstandard firing conditions, a second section for producing a second si ...


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McAdam Jr William E, Clutterbuck Roy G: Computer circuit. Hughes Aircraft Company, July 6, 1971: US3591772 (6 worldwide citation)

A computer circuit for generating signals related to the ballistics of a plurality of projectile or ammunition types, the signals including time of flight, superelevation, and ballistics drift signals. The computer includes a plurality of parallel channels, including a first adjustable multiplier ci ...