Missile Guidance and Control Systems

@inproceedings{Siouris2004MissileGA,
  title={Missile Guidance and Control Systems},
  author={George M. Siouris},
  year={2004}
}
A missile guidance and control system comprising: a source of infrared radiation carried by a missile to be controlled, means carried by said missile for modulating said radiation, an infrared tracker responsive to said modulated radiation for generating tracking error signals when said missile deviates from a desired path, shimmer cancellation means connected to said tracker for eliminating shimmer noise from the tracking error signals, a computer connected to said tracker and responsive to… 

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