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Supplier: SBG Systems SAS
Description: MEMS to FOG Level Ekinox Series brings robust, maintenance free, and cost-effective MEMS to the Fiber Optic Gyro accuracy and opens up to a new world of opportunities for professionals. Thanks to a drastic selection of high end MEMS sensors, an advanced calibration procedure, and powerful algorithm
- Angular / Rotary Axes: Triaxial
- Angular Rate Range: 66.67 rpm
- Bandwidth: 100 Hz
- Bias Stability: 1.39E-4 rpm
Description: The all new MEMS G150Z Gyro represents Gladiator’s breakthrough gyro technology enabling an ultra low noise MEMS gyro and bandwidth of 200Hz that has performance commensurate with much more expensive small RLG’s and small open loop FOG’s. It also features industry leading biasShow More
Description: for ground-based and marine military applications. The LN-270 combines a high accuracy, integrated fiber-optic gyro (FOG), an INS, and a 12-channel P(Y) code GPS. The non-dithered inertial sensor achieves the most precise pointing information for increased sensor accuracy. Additionally, the low noise FOG
- Angular Rate Range: 167 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: 13 +/-g
- Operating Temperature: -65.2 to 160 F
Description: The new LandMark™ 50 GPS/AHRS “LN Series offers Open Loop FOG performance utilizing our own low noise “LN Series” MEMS gyros and accelerometers. This integrated GPS-Aided Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) features 1°/hour in-run bias and excellent bias overShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - 952-1997 - IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Axis Interferometric Fiber Optic Gyros -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.1998.86153
Description: Abstract Specification and test requirements for a single-axis interferometric fiber optic gyro ( I FOG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. A standard specification format guideShow More
Description: The LN-200 inertial family of fiber-optic gyros (FOG) offers the lowest accel/gyro bias, lowest random walk and the highest mean time between failures (MTBF). The LN-200 is a small, light weight, highly reliable, state-of-the art, fiber-optic, all-altitude, strap down Inertial Measurement UnitShow More
Supplier: Airbus Group
Description: This Fibre Optic Inertial Measurement Unit is the Best Performing Gyro on the World Market Astrix® 200 provides to the satellite AOCS a three axis measurement of the rotation with an incredible resolution of 0.001 arcsec, offering internal redundancy, failure detection and isolationShow More
Description: The LandMark™ 50 IMU is our premium performance model featuring both our lowest noise MEMS gyros and accelerometers that also offer exceptional bias in-run and bias over temperature. This high performance MEMS Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) provides internally temperature compensated RS485Show More
Description: The Northrop Grumman Italia LISA-200 AHRS, is a lightweight Fiber Optic Gyroscope Attitude Heading Reference System (FOG AHRS) based on a state-of-art Northrop Grumman LN-200 Inertial Measurement Unit and Northrop Grumman Italia's 20 years of experience in the design, development, and manufacturingShow More
Supplier: Cessna Aircraft Company
Description: . The G1000 flight deck is standard on our Caravan and Citation Mustang models as well, so your transition between aircraft will be smoother when you upgrade. Virtual landscapes Synthetic Vision Technology enhances visual orientation in darkness, fog, haze, rain or any solid IFR conditions that keep youShow More
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Future evolution of fiber optic gyros
Fiber optic gyros ( FOGs ) have been studied over the past 20 years.
Environmental Performance Of Attitude And Heading Reference Grade Fiber Optic Rotation Sensors
During the past 17 years, worldwide interest in fiber optic gyros ( FOGs ) has prompted considerable development of this new family of rotation sensors** .
Fiber Optic Gyroscope Review And Market Forecast
the next decade, fiber optic gyro ( FOG ) production will expand impressively, reaching $125 million* in 1994.
Fiber Optic Angular Rotation Sensor Market Forecast
Over the next decade, fiber optic gyro ( FOG ) production will expand impressively, reaching $125 mil- lion* in 1994.
Progress in fiber optic gyro development and application
Single-axis fiber-optic gyro ( FOG ) basic designs can be considered as complete.
The influences of the gyro sensors' errors on the attitude calculus
The first gyro is a MEMS whose functioning is based on the Coriolis forces, the second one is a fiber optic gyro ( FOG ) while the third one is a laser gyro.
General formula describing drift of interferometer fiber-optic gyro due to Faraday effect: reduction of the drift in twin-depo-I-FOG
Index Terms—Degree of depolarization, Faraday effect, fiber- optic gyro ( FOG ), optical fiber sensor, state of polarization.
Improving information autonomy of marine SINS
Marine SINS are designed on more accurate navi gation grade gyros: Mk49 (Sperry and Honeywell, USA), Sigma 40XP (Sagem, France)) use laser gyros, and PHINS and MARINS (IXblue, France) are built on fiber optic gyros ( FOG ).
Achievements And Perspectives Of Fiber Gyros
At SEL two types of fiber optical gyros ( FOG ) have been pursued, the phase -modulated and the frequency- modulated FOG (fig. 2.1).
Y-integrated optic chip (Y-IOC) applied in fiber optic gyro
Its performances have very important influences on fiber optic gyro ( FOG ) accuracies.
Three-axis fiber-optic gyroscope: Development and test results
Fiber optic gyros ( FOGs ), which are a rel atively new direction in gyroscopy, meet all these requirements and are progressing rapidly.
A tactical fiber optic gyro with all-digital signal processing
Northrop’s Electronics Systems Division has built and tested a tactical fiber optic gyro ( FOG ) with all-digital signal processing.
Reorientation of three‐component borehole magnetic data
Preceding the ODP Leg 197 (Detroit Seamount, Hole 1203A) in July 2001, the GBM was equipped with only one fibre optic gyro ( FOG ) to measure the rotation about its vertical axis.
Analyzing the feasibility of heading alignment of downhole gyroinclinometers in high latitudes
It is shown that the required alignment accuracy may be achieved using inertial measurement unit with fiber optic gyros ( FOG IMU) or so called global navigation satellite system (GNSS) compass.
Compact fiber optic gyroscopes for platform stabilization
High level block diagram showing the major components of a Fiber Optic Gyro ( FOG ) sensor .