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Robert L Berg, William J Murphy: Control means and method for controlling an object. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Lionel L Lucchesi, May 30, 1978: US04092716 (53 worldwide citation)

A method and device are provided for displaying the effect of control action in real time by simultaneously applying the control action both to the system to be controlled and a computer model of the system. The effect of the control action on the model is displayed to the operator in a manner which ...


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Kendy Leonard, Frey Richard L: Laser-sight and computer for anti-aircraft gun fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, MacAllister Jr W H, October 29, 1974: US3845276 (41 worldwide citation)

A gun fire control system for pointing a gun at rapidly moving targets such as an aircraft is disclosed. The system comprises a vibration isolated control unit including a gunner's sight assembly which is provided with line of sight indicating instrumentation and uses common optical elements both fo ...


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Millard M Frohock Jr: Gun fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, Lewis B Sternfels, A W Karambelas, November 29, 1988: US04787291 (37 worldwide citation)

A fire control system (10) for a gun (12) pivotally mounted in elevation and in azimuth employs optical sighting of a target (16) manually via a telescope (26) fixedly directed substantially parallel to an axis of the gun (12). A laser range finder (24) directs its laser beam in a direction parallel ...


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Gun fire control systems. Barr & Stroud, September 22, 1982: GB2094950-A (34 worldwide citation)

A gun fire control system comprises a first memory (15A) operable on receipt of a true range value from a rangefinder (16) to output the corresponding standard ballistic range value. A second memory (15B) is pre-programmed with correction coefficients (A, B, M, N) delivered to a calculator (15C) tog ...


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Louis B Bresee Jr, Charles A Brownlee, Robert A Leightner: Gun fire control system. General Electric Company, Bailin L Kuch, March 15, 1977: US04011789 (17 worldwide citation)

A fire control system is provided utilizing a laser range finder mounted directly on the gun turret.


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Gordon R Smith, John H Stewart, Ralph H Bagnall Wild: Gun fire control systems. Barr & Stroud, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, January 15, 1985: US04494198 (16 worldwide citation)

A gun fire control system comprises a computer (15) having a first memory (15A) preprogrammed with true range to standard ballistic range conversion data and is operable on receipt of a true range value from a rangefinder (16) to output the corresponding standard ballistic range value. A second memo ...


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Kendy Leonard, Frey Richard L: Laser-sight and computer for anti-aircraft gun fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, Ware Paul H, MacAllister W H, September 9, 1975: US3904163 (7 worldwide citation)

A gun fire control system for pointing a gun at rapidly moving targets such as an aircraft is disclosed. The system comprises a vibration isolated control unit including a gunner's sight assembly which is provided with line of sight indicating instrumentation and uses common optical elements both fo ...


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Kendy Leonard, Frey Richard L: Laser-sight and computer for anti-aircraft gun fire control system. Hughes Aircraft Company, Ware Paul H, MacAllister W H, July 1, 1975: US3892466 (4 worldwide citation)

A gun fire control system for pointing a gun at rapidly moving targets such as an aircraft is disclosed. The system comprises a vibration isolated control unit including a gunner's sight assembly which is provided with line of sight indicating instrumentation and uses common optical elements both fo ...


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Frank R Blume: Method for determining initial velocity for a rapid fire gun. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Paul S Collignon, June 15, 1976: US03962793 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for determining initial or muzzle velocity for a rapid fire gun se barrel becomes eroded with use. A gauge simulating a rotating band of a projectile is inserted into a gun barrel and the depth of penetration is measured to provide a projectile seating dimension. This dimension is converted ...


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Feige Christian Dr Dipl Phys, Kirst Bertold Dipl Math: Gun fire control system for mobile weapon carriers, particularly for combat tanks.. Litef Litton Tech Hellige, October 30, 1985: EP0159392-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Das Feuerleit- und Navigationssystem für bewegliche Waffenträger, insbesondere für Kampfpanzer sieht vor, zur Primärstabilisierung beispielsweise eines Ziel- oder Sichtgeräts sowie zur Sekundärstabilisierung einer Waffe einen einzigen zentralen Sensorblock in Strapdown-Technologie zu verwenden, der ...