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Analysis of the possibility of automated targeting measures for means of malocaliber zenith arts

I. Leonov, S. Leshchenko, V. Kudryashov, A. Prisiazhniy, S. Leushyn
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Description: The possibilities of remote guidance of small-caliber anti-aircraft artillery (MZA) from an automated system for collecting, processing, displaying and analyzing information about the air environment are analyzed. The possibilities of using the remote control mode of MZA devices on a jamming data channel using a multifrequency signal (BSF) without the presence of servants on it, are shown: namely, the operation of a single fire mode separately from each machine gun and the remote control of the target using an electronic video recorder with optical sight, taking into account radar information from observation radar sta-tions (RLS), obtained in real time through an automated collection system, about fetching, displaying and analyzing information about the air environment. Violation of the integrity of the MAL control channel from the effects of firefighting and mechanical factors is a major drawback of remote control systems. One of the ways to improve the reliability of a communication line is to switch to radio channel control. But in this case it is necessary to solve the problem of impedance of the radio data transmission line. Therefore, there is a need for the complex application of various types of simple and complex signals, and the possibility of choosing the parameters of the radio signal in accordance with the changing real environment. In this case, one of the main requirements for the signal, one can consider the simplicity of managing its parameters with an acceptable complication of the mechanisms of formation and processing. Certain advantages, in this case, in front of other complex signals, have a multifre-quency signal, which is formed by the method of angular modulation of the high-frequency radio pulse by periodic voltage. The analysis of expediency of using methods and devices of autocorrelation and inter-correlation processing of coherent multi-frequency signals for the control of interference in the radio channel of remote control by means of MZA.


Keywords: remote control, ZU-23-2, stepper motor, microcontroller. multifrequency signal, protection, data transmission line, turntable, radio engineering system.

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Reference:
 Leonov, I.H., Leshchenko, S.P., Kudriashov, V.Ye., Prysiazhnyi, A.Ye. and Leushyn, S.H. (2019), “Analiz mozhlyvosti avtomatyzovanoi tsilevkazivky zasobam malokalibernoi zenitnoi artylerii” [Analysis of the possibility of automated targeting measures for means of malocaliber zenith arts], Scientific Works of Kharkiv National Air Force University, Vol. 2(60), pp. 91-98. https://doi.org/10.30748/zhups.2019.60.12.