Design and calibration of an airborne multichannel swept-tuned spectrum analyzer / Philip J. Hamory, John K. Diamond, Arild Bertelrud Hamory, Philip J

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Hamory, Philip J
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Signal processing.; Calibrating.; Spectrum analysis.
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This paper describes the design and calibration of a four-channel, airborne, swept-tuned spectrum analyzer used in two hypersonic flight experiments for characterizing dynamic data up to 25 kHz. Built mainly from commercially available analog function modules, the analyzer proved useful for an application with limited telemetry bandwidth, physical weight and volume, and electrical power. The authors discuss considerations that affect the frequency and amplitude calibrations, limitations of the design, and example flight data.
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