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Standards and Technical Documents - 647-2006 - IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Axis Laser Gyros -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.2006.246241
Description: Abstract Specification and test requirements for a single-axis ring laser gyro (RLG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. A standard specification format guide for the preparation of a single-axisShow More
Supplier: Digi-Key Electronics
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Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: and military guidance, navigation and control systems. The Ring Laser Gyros (RLG) can be used as the stable elements (for one degree of freedom each) in an inertial guidance system. The advantage of using a RLG is that there are no moving parts. Compared to the conventional spinning gyro, this means
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Supplier: Aerotech, Inc.
Description: optics, lasers, antennas and sensors at high speed to very precise pointing angles. Typical applications include missile seeker test and calibration, LIDAR, electro-optical sensor and FLIR testing, airborne target tracking, optical testing of space-based sensors in a vacuum and angular testingShow More
Inertial Navigation Systems - LTN-101 FLAGSHIP GNADIRU - Global Navigation, Air Data, Inertial Reference UnitSupplier: Northrop Grumman Corporation
Description: of design innovations: Four Mode Laser Gyro (FLAG) The patented FLAG combines two 18 cm Zero-lock™ Laser Gyroscopes in a single cavity. Undithered and 40 percent smaller than conventional ring laser gyros, FLAG means long gyro life, high accuracy and reliability, and reduced costs. SoftwareShow More
Supplier: Airbus Group
Description: flight control system. The gyro-stabilized roof-mounted sight has a TV camera, thermal imager, laser rangefinder, laser designator, and a laser spot tracker capable of simultaneously following up to four targets. In addition, the Tiger HAD has combat external fuel tanks for longer mission flightShow More
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IXMOTION has developed unique know-how in dynamic precision servo-control and also in embedded gyro-stabilized systems for vehicles, boats and airplanes. This skill and expertise was quickly concretized by winning development and production contracts for major players in Defense and the aeronautical industry. Today, IXMOTION offers a range of 1- to 3-axis modular positioners with an MCU calculator; they enable every kind of position sensor to be integrated and also enable the development... (read more)
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Fiber-Optic Gyro For Space Applications
To provide a benchmark for evaluation of the applica- tions for the fiber -optic gyro, performance and technology comparisons of both the fiber - optic analog and digital gyro with the ring laser gyro is presented.
Advances in Gyroscope Technologies
State-of-the-art of ring laser gyros , fiber optic gyros and integrated optical gyros is accurately reviewed.
Fiber Optic Sensors: An Introduction for Engineers and Scientists
This includes an introduction to the Sagnac effect and continues with a discussion of its first commercial implementation in the form of the ring laser gyro .
Biassing the Raytheon Four-Frequency Ring Laser Gyroscope
The total of counts thereby accumulated over the measurement time is 4A8 / XL where O is the net angle through which the ring has been turned about A during the interval; the laser gyro is inherently rate integrating.
Air Force Applications for Optical Rotation Rate Sensors
breakthrough occurred in 1963 when the laser gyro was first demonstrated in the laboratory at Sperry Gyroscope.