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Arthur W S Gilham, Stuart W Flockencier: Computer-generated display for a fire control combat simulator. Chrysler Corporation, Baldwin & Newtson, June 24, 1980: US04209832 (68 worldwide citation)

Electronic generation of the display is accomplished by a system which includes a host computer, a plurality of object generators, and related circuitry. Each object generator contains a memory which stores the image of an object which may be displayed on the video display. The host computer assigns ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: Method for increasing single-pulse range resolution. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Williams Morgan & Amerson P C, September 5, 2000: US06115113 (63 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for detecting a pulse in a signal. In one aspect of the invention, a method comprises digitizing the signal into a plurality of samples; repeatedly convolving each one of at least a portion of the buffered samples R times, wherein R>1; and detecting the received si ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: System for processing reflected energy signals. October 18, 1994: US05357331 (42 worldwide citation)

An energy pulse capture system senses, receives, and processes signals reflected from a target. In an illustrative embodiment, light pulses are reflected off of a target, received by optical equipment, converted into analog electrical signals, and then processed to obtain information therefrom. The ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: Gate array pulse capture device. Loral Vought Systems Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, September 7, 1993: US05243553 (24 worldwide citation)

A gate-array pulse capture device senses, receives, and processes signals derived in response to received laser energy, i.e., signals reflected from a target. The reflected signals are initially in the form of light pulses and are converted into analog electrical signals in the detection module and ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: Double-accumulator implementation of the convolution function. Loral Vought Systems Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, April 23, 1996: US05511015 (17 worldwide citation)

A Finite Impulse Response (FIR) digital signal processing circuit uses a double-accumulator technique to drastically reduce the number of multiply-accumulate operations which are necessary per sample of input data. The amount of reduction is dependent upon the shape of the filter function to be conv ...


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Lionel D Liebman, Stuart W Flockencier, Edward M Flowers, Don A Larson: Single detector receiver for multi-beam LADAR systems. Lockheed Martin Corporation, William Morgan & Amerson P C, May 20, 2008: US07375804 (14 worldwide citation)

A LADAR apparatus and a method for use in receiving a LADAR signal are disclosed. The apparatus includes an optical pickup capable of picking up a plurality of optical signals; a timing synchronization reference; a time domain multiplexer capable of multiplexing the optical signals into a multiplexe ...


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John D O Rourke, Stuart W Flockencier: Means and method for imparting stabilization error to the line of sight of a simulator. Chrysler Corporation, Baldwin & Newtson, January 30, 1979: US04136467 (4 worldwide citation)

In a preferred embodiment a fire control combat simulator contains a real time record of stabilization error experienced by the line-of-sight of the fire control combat system being simulated such as a stablized gun on the hull of a tank. A number of methods of making a real time record of stabiliza ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: Programmable pulse capture device with automatic gain control. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Williams Moragn & Amerson P C, December 25, 2007: US07312856 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention an optical system and a method for automatically controlling the gain of a receiver in an optical system. The optical system includes an optical receiver, a pulse capture unit, and an automatic gain control. The pulse capture unit includes a capture unit capable of capturing an optical ...


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Stuart W Flockencier: Programmable pulse capture device with automatic gain control. Williams Morgan & Amerson, March 18, 2004: US20040051859-A1

The invention an optical system and a method for automatically controlling the gain of a receiver in an optical system. The optical system includes an optical receiver, a pulse capture unit, and an automatic gain control. The pulse capture unit includes a capture unit capable of capturing an optical ...


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Lionel D Liebman, Stuart W Flockencier, Edward M Flowers, Don A Larson: Single detector receiver for multi-beam LADAR systems. Williams Morgan & Amerson, September 7, 2006: US20060197936-A1

A LADAR apparatus and a method for use in receiving a LADAR signal are disclosed. The apparatus includes an optical pickup capable of picking up a plurality of optical signals; a timing synchronization reference; a time domain multiplexer capable of multiplexing the optical signals into a multiplexe ...