Electronic combat hardware-in-the-loop testing in an open air environment
Stepp, Ronald K.
Jenn, David C.
Levien, Frederic H.
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This thesis evaluates the usefulness of open air hardware-in-the-loop testing. This evaluation is based upon the comparison of two indoor hardware-in- the-loop facilities to an outdoor hardware-in-the-loop facility. In addition to the comparison of the facilities, this thesis presents feedback from three sources who have hardware-in-the-loop test experience at both indoor and outdoor facilities. Based on the research conducted, the conclusion of this thesis is that the established electronic combat test process should be formally modified to include open air hardware-in-the-loop testing. Electronic combat hardware-in- the-loop testing
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