Assessing and displaying the effects of elevated trapping layers in support of Navy command and control
This study examines options presently or potentially available to the U.S. Navy for assessing and displaying the existence or likelihood of elevated trapping layers (ETL) and their associated ducts over a particular geographic point or area, in support of command and control (C2) functions related to such tactical considerations as detection, intercept, communication, guidance systems functioning and surveillance.
NASA STI/Recon Technical Report N
- Pub Date:
- March 1984
- Command And Control;
- Radio Transmission;
- Communications and Radar