IMOM field test study and accuracy verification Engineering report
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This report is the second and final document presenting the results of this cooperative effort. It analyzes and discusses the results of two days of intensive testing at NAWC China Lake on the 9th and 10th of July 1997. These tests were performed to determine the ability of IMOM to be used as a predictive tool when employed in the role of mission planning. The genesis of this study was to answer a question that had arisen in comparison of field results being obtained from the TAMPS modeling and simulation system. It was desired to obtain flight test data for both TAMPS and IMOM in order to compare their ability to accurately predict the effects of Radar Terrain Masking (RTM). It was initially planned to have NPS compare predictive data from both of these systems and then do analysis of how they compared to actual field test data.
NPS Report NumberNPS-EC-98-012
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