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    VORBEMERKUNGEN

    Dieses Dokument, das in Verbindung mit den zwei Dokumenten

    AVIONICS, AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

    so wieAEROSPACE AND DEFENCE TECHNOLOGIE UNTERNEHMENSPROFILE

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    verwendet bzw. gelesen werden sollte, enthlt diejenigenLiteraturquellen schtzungsweise etwa 6.000 -, welche ich mehr oder

    weniger bei der Abfassung meiner

    NOTIZEN ZUR MISSIONSAVIONIKLUFTFAHRT UND WEHRTECHNIK

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    zur Rate gezogen habe.

    Das vorliegende Dokument erhebt keinen Anspruch auf Vollstndigkeitoder Aktualitt. Ich bernehme auch keine Verantwortung fr etwaigeFehler bzw. fehlerhafte Angaben. Bin allerdings ber

    Verbesserungsvorschlge und Korrekturen sehr dankbar.

    Myrodis Athanassiou

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    A Band => Frequenzbandbezeichnungen AAA, Anti Aircraft Artillery1. U.S. Lexicon: Code names; ICH, 3rd Ed., 1977/78, S.86-102.2. A better antiaircraft gunfire control system? DE, January

    1980, S.84-86.

    3. Fire control on the modern battlefield; Tom Baranauskas;DE, October 1987, S.137-144.

    AAI Corporation1. Http://www.aaicorp.com2. AOC corporate member profiles; JED, February 2004, S.51-

    72.

    AALC1. HUD/EVS: Beyond Infrared; Charlotte Adams; Avionics

    Magazine - Aviation Today, August 2004.

    www.aviationtoday.com

    AAQ1. How to decipher U.S. electronic equipment designations;

    ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.62.

    AAQ-13 & AAQ-14 => Lantirn AAQ-161. Http://www.raytheon.com/es/esproducts2. Night vision system adds Laser target designator; J.R.R.; DE,

    July 1992, S.14.

    AAQ-24(V), Nemesis, DIRCM1. Nemesis: Imaging technology provides countermeasures to

    defeat the IR missile threat; Scott R. Gourley; D&SE,December 1995, S.28-29.

    2. More sensitive MWS sensors enhance DIRCMeffectiveness; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997,

    S.47-49.3. Live-fire tests demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM capabilities;

    Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45.

    4. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but smalldelay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.

    5. DIRCM goes Laser; Martin Streetly - European Report; JED,July 1999, S.18.

    6. DIRCM, ATIRCM compared in DoD study; S. Carroll - ECMonitor; JED, July 1999, S.25-26.

    7. Live-fire test gives dramatic example of DIRCM capabilities;AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.98.

    8. Nemesis; IECM 2001, S.123.9. Asian Aerospace 2002, DIRCM pointed the way forward at

    Asias premier air show; JED, April 2002, S.26-27.10. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman ElectronicsSystems Integration International, Rolling Meadows, IL,

    USA: AN/AAQ-24 (V) DIRCM, Nemesis Directional InfraredCountermeasures Self-Protection Suite.

    AAR => AAQ AAR-44(V)1. The Missile Warning challenge; Dr. Meir Danino; JED, July

    1999, S.45-50. Errata: JED, September 1999, S.34.

    2. AN/AAR-44/44A; IECH, 2001, S.198.3. Technische Unterlage von Raytheon/E-Systems, Goleta

    Division, CA, USA: AAR-44(V) Advanced Missile Warning forAircraft Survivability.

    AAR-471. New F/A-18 EW suite encounters large cost rise, but small

    delay; Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.47-49.2. AN/AAR-47 upgrades continue; B. Rivers - EC Monitor; JED,

    January 1999, S.32-34.3. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.208.4. AAR-47 gains dual function; AW&ST, November 15, 1999,

    S.44.

    5. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; DonHerskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.54.

    6. Testing of AN/AAR-47 upgrade returns to white sands - ECMonitor; K. Sherman; JED, December 2000, S.26-30.

    7. AN/AAR-47; IECH, 2001, S.198.

    AAR-54(V)1. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Baltimore,

    Maryland, USA: AN/AAR-54(V) Passive Missile ApproachWarning System, DS-057-DSM-0996.

    2. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B.Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29.

    3. AN/AAR-54(V); IECH, 2001, S.199.4. Als Flugkrperwarnsystem fr die Transall; pp; SuT, Juni

    2004, S.59.

    AAR-57(V)1. Http://www.sanders.com2. Less agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S.48.3. Passive UV Missile-Warning Systems; Larry De Cosimo, et

    al.; JED, December 1999, S.51-54.

    4. You bet your life: Todays Missile Warning Systems; DonHerskovitz; JED, April 2000, S.51-56.

    5. AN/AAR-57 CMWS; IECH 2001, S.199. AAR-581. Raytheon Decoy to protect B-1; Michael A. Dornheim -

    Goleta, CA; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.61.

    2. AN/AAR-58; IECH 2001, S.200. AAR-60

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    1. Germany examining Missile Warners for C-160s - ECMonitor; B. Rivers; JED, April 1999, S.30-31.

    2. Les agile, sharper eyes; S. Carroll; JED, July 1999, S. 48.3. Technische Unterlage von DASA/LFK/Thomson-CSF: EW

    Suite for Helicopter.4. AW&ST Aerospace Source Book, January 11, 1999, S.207.5. MAWS selected for Luftwaffe C-160s - EC Monitor; B.

    Rivers; JED, August 2000, S.28-29.

    6. Germany defines MILDS requirement; European Report -Martin Streetly; JED, September 2000, S.18.

    AAS => AAQ AAS-44(V), Infrared Laser Detecting-Ranging-Tracking

    Set1. Http://www.raytheon.com/es/esproducts2. US Navy buys IR Ranging and Detection Systems; B. Rivers,

    EC Monitor; JED, July 1999, S.33-34.3. Predator flew with target designator over Kosovo; B.

    Rivers, EC Monitor; JED, September 1999, S.33-34.

    Abgaswolke1. Kombiniertes Scheinziel fr die Luftwaffe (KSL); SuT,

    12/2000, S.820-821.

    ABL, AirBorne Laser1. Teams to submit bids for airborne laser; William B. Scott -

    Colorado Springs; AW&ST, June 16, 1996, S.45.2. Mit Laser auf Raketenjagd; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE,

    Oktober 2002, S.54-57.

    3. Flash in the Plan - Directed-energy weapons remain moreexperimental than available; Ted McKenna; JED, May 2003,S.46-52.

    4. Testing continues on USAF Airborne Laser; Ted McKenna;JED, November 2005, S.23-25.

    5. ABL - Airborne Laser; Jan Helmig; Strategie und Technik,Januar 2006, S.44-45.

    6. Kampflaser gegen Raketen - Boeing YAL-1A; Daniel Jorns;FLIEGERREVUE, 06-2006, S.26-30.

    Abschirmung -Shielding1. Theorie der elektromagnetischen Felder; Prof. Dr. S. Blume;

    Hthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1982.

    2. RF Shielding becomes more necessary - Euroform; ArnoldZais - Keene; MSN, December 1982, S.64A-64D.

    3. Effective shielding is more than a pretty facade; Richard D.Scheps; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)10, S.85-112.

    4. Stay EMI-calm on a noise-free island; M. Shandas & P.Shandas - Microsource, Santa Rosa, CA; Microwaves & RF,25(1986)10, S.101-105.

    5. Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit (EMV); Karl-HeinzGonschorek & Anton Kohling; Physik in unserer Zeit, 19.

    Jahrgang, Mai 1988, Nr.3, S.80-91.6. EMI shielding of composite materials; Frank Marella; DE,

    March 1990, S.68-71.

    7. Making effective EM shields from aluminium and plastic; A.Kumar - AK Electromagnetique, Quebec, Canada;Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)8, S.128-137.

    8. Minimize EMI effects in wireless circuits; M.A. Halim - SRTelecom, Ontario, Canada; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)2,S.54-62.

    9. Designing production shielded RF fixtures; Russ Krajec - HP,Loveland, CO; Microwaves & RF, 38(1999)6, S.69-76.

    10. New shielding method overcomes old problems -Application Note of ITEM Publications, Conshohocken, PA;

    Microwaves & RF, 41(2002)1, S.92.11. Von Blitz getroffen - mehr Schutz fr Elektronik und neue

    Werkstoffe; PLANET AEROSPACE, Nr. 3/2003, Juli-August-September, S.14-17.

    Abschlsse - Terminators1. Introduction to Resistors & Terminators; KDI Electronics

    Alpha, Inc.; MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.196-237.

    Abschwcher -Attenuators1. Koaxiale HF-Dmpfungsglieder, Technologie und

    Dmpfungsmessverfahren; F. Weinert & B.O. Weinschel;Mikrowellen Journal, 3-75, S.161-164.

    2. Attenuating circumstances, microwave passive coaxialattenuators - An overview; Bill Painter - Omni Spectra; MJ,

    April 1977, S.16-23.3. Coaxial attenuators handle 50 W over multi-octave Bands;

    C. Staeger & D. Pochard; MSN, May 1978, S.74-77.4. Introduction to Attenuators; Anzeige von KDI Electronics;

    MSDH, 4th Ed., July 1986, Vol.16, No.7, S.114-141.5. Attenuators boost dynamic range of radar receivers; Asad

    M. Madni, et al - Systron Donner, Van Nuys, CA;

    Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)3, S.93-100.6. Selecting and specifying attenuators; M. C. Barnard; MSN,

    January 1990, S.72-75.7. RF attenuators fit a wide range of applications; Jack

    Browne - Chief Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10,S.122-132.

    8. Digital attenuators optimize DF receivers; Alan Conrad -Contributing Editor; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)10, S.123.

    9. Attenuators settles 100 percent in less than 1 s - Productof Comstron, Plainview, NY; Microwaves & RF, 29(1990)11,S.156.

    10. Fast GaAs MMIC attenuator has 5-b resolution; BrianBedard - Hittite Microwave, Woburn, MA; Microwaves &

    RF, 30(1991)10, S.71-76.

    Absorberhalle, Absorberraum -Anechoic Chamber1. Britains Largest Anechoic Chamber; Hawker Siddeley

    Dynamics, Stevange; MJ, October 1977, S.52d.2. Digital processing enhances Antenna Measurements;

    Doren W. Hess; MSN, May 1978, S.40-54.3. The semi-open Anechoic Chamber; K.A. Koob & H.C.

    Liesenktter - MBB, Mnchen; MJ, June 1978, S.120-123.4. Naval Air Test Center unveils new Anechoic Chamber; Staff

    Report; JED, October 1983, S.161-168.

    5. Diagonal horn improves anechoic chamber tests; S.J. Foti &D.D. McGahey; Microwaves & RF, 23(1984)3, S.105-

    108,110,134.6. Spelling out RCS antenna specs; SJF & DDM; Microwaves &

    RF, 23(1984)3, S.109, 134.7. Anzeige von Emerson & Cuming in ICH, 9th Ed., 1984, S.72-

    73.8. Microwave Absorbers and Anechoic Chambers; Johan Pyck;

    Mikrowellenmagazin, 11(1985)2, S.160-163.

    9. Northrop completes colossal chamber; Michael Kachmar -Senior Editor; Microwaves & RF, 25(1986)4, S.53.

    10. Certify test stations for accurate antenna QA; BernardKardon, Consulting Enginner, New Bechelle, NY;

    Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)1, S.75-81.

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    11. Specifying an Anechoic Chamber; G.A. Sanchez - AdvancedElectromagnetics; MSN&CT, May 1987, S.106-113.

    12. Das neue MBB-Labor fr ElektromagnetischeBeeinflussung; Mikrowellenmagazin, 13(1987)4, S.376-

    377.13. Time-domain methods silence reflections in anechoic

    chambers; Stephen A. Brumley - Motorola, Scottsdale, AZ;Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)7, S.109-114.

    14. Free worlds largest anechoic facility; Microwaves & RF,28(1989)9, S.47.

    15. Software or Hardware gating - Whats best for RCSMeasurements; Greg McCarter; MSN, November 1989, S.

    60-65.16. Unique measurement performance with the Compensated

    Compact Range; MBB, Deutsche Aerospace, Munich; MJ,

    Feb. 1991, S.138.17. Absorberhallen fr Straussendungs- und

    Strfestigkeitsmessungen; Friedrich-Wilhelm Trautnitz -EMV-Systemtechnik, Siemens Matsushita Components; HF-

    Report, Mai 2/93, S.46-48.

    18. EMV-Metechnik von A-Z; X. Sutter & A. Gerstner; Franzis-Verlag, Poing, 1994. Absorbermaterialien - Absorbing Materials1. Emerson & Cuming Inc., Canton, Masachusetts, USA:

    Absorber fr elektromagnetische Wellen, ein ntzlichesRstzeug fr Ingenieure; Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft 6/78,S.436-440.

    2. Ecomp GmbH, Anzeigen in Mikrowellen Magazin, Heft3/81, S.327,328.

    3. Firmenportrait Ecomp GmbH, Ingenieurbro frMikrowellentechnik und Elektronik, Mikrowellen Magazin,

    13(1987)6, S.701-703.

    4.

    Mikrowellen-Absorber-Material; Anzeige von KTV/Tricomin Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 15(1989)1.5. Verfahren zur Messung der Absorberreflexion; F. Berents &

    T. Friedrichs; Mikrowellen & HF Magazin, 16(1990)3, S.218-

    221.6. Firmenbericht: Microwave Absorbers, Theory, Design, and

    Test; Paul F. Dixon, Technical Director; MicrosorbTechnologies Inc., Hopedale, MA, USA, April 1993.

    7. Adding optimum RF absorbing materials; Alan Conrad -Special Projects Editor; Microwaves & RF, 37(1998)5, S.207-

    208.

    Abtasttheorem1. Digitale Signalverarbeitung; Norbert Hesselmann; Vogel-

    Buchverlag, Wrzburg, 1983, S.59.2. Photonik, Grundlagen, Komponenten und Systeme; Prof.

    Dr. Jrgen Jahns - FernUniversitt Hagen; Oldenburg VerlagMnchen Wien, 2001.

    3. Nachrichtentechnik, 3. Auflage; Martin Werner; Vieweg,Braunschweig/Wiesbaden, Februar 2002.

    ACARS1. Lexikon der Luftfahrt; Niels Klumann & Armin Malik;

    Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2004.

    ACAS/TCAS1. System minimizes chances for mid-air collisions; MSN, June

    1981, S.31-38.2. The future of civil avionics; A.D. Helfrick - Cessna Aircraft,

    Avionics Div.; Microwaves & RF, 22(1983)7, S.70-76,80.

    3. Collision avoidance: In a holding pattern; Edmond R.Gunny; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)5, S. 69.

    4. Time Modulation, Part 2: Scheme codes avoidancemaneuvers for aircraft; Edmond R. Gunny - Consultant, Los

    Angeles, CA; Microwaves & RF, 26(1987)6, S.86-93.5. By 1992, TCASII; Microwaves & RF, 28(1989)2, S.21.6. TCAS, windshear rescheduled; Microwaves & RF,

    29(1990)5, S.27.

    7. Coaxial Switch Technology for Collision Avoidance Systems;Michael Long - Dynatech Microwave Technology; MJ, Dec.1991, S.98-100.

    8. Funkortungs- und Funknavigationsanlagen; WernerMansfeld, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Habil.; Hthig Buch Verlag GmbH,Heidelberg, 1994, S.345-351.

    9. New TCAS-2 Software simplifies operation; Bruce D.Nordwall; AW&ST, March 10, 1997, S.62.

    10. Avionics for the Pilot; Joe Johnston; Airlife Publishing Ltd,Shrewsbury, UK, 1998, S.167-175.

    11. Cockpit Instrumente; Peter Bachmann; Motorbuch Verlag,Stuttgart, 1998, S.132-133.

    12. Introduction to TCAS II, Version 7; U.S. Department ofTransportation, Federal Aviation Administration; November2000.

    13. Radar mit realer und synthetischer Apertur; H. Klausing &W. Holpp (Hrsg); Oldenburg Verlag Mnchen Wien, 2000,S.200-202.

    14. First ACAS II installed - Dornier Flugzeugwerft GmbH (eb);EADS-Magazin: Mforum, September 2001, S.13.

    15. TCAS - Product Focus; Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today,April 2002.

    16. TCAS More Foolproof than generally recognized; Bruce D.Nordwall; AW&ST, July 15, 2002, S.36-37.

    17. Japan debates TCAS when controllers err; EiichiroSekigawa, Tokyo; AW&ST, July 29, 2002, S.52-53.

    18. Tdliches Missverstndnis; Heiko Stolzke; Flugrevue,September 2002, S.26-27.

    19. Kollisionswarngerte, TCAS - die letzte Sicherheit; WernerFischbach; FLIEGERREVUE, Special, 9/2002, S.35-37.

    ACCS1. ACCS, Das Fhrungssystem der NATO-Luftstreitkrfte; Paul

    Werner Knorr - Oberstleutnant, ACCS-Projekt; SuT, Juli2005, S.40-46.

    ACMS1. Honeywell selected for Chinook Avionics Cockpit. Pentons

    Military Electronics, April 2006, Page 3.

    ACRS1. EH-101 Pilot Report: Heritage payoff; David M. North;

    AW&ST, January 26, 2004, S.40-45.

    ACS, Aerial Common Sensor1. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 3. August 2004: Lockheed Martin

    Team awarded $879 Million Aerial Common Sensor

    Programm.2. L-3-Pressemitteilung vom 5. August 2004: L-3

    Communications on Team selected for next-generation

    airborne ISR& Target ID System for U.S. Army & U.S. Navy.3. LM-Pressemitteilung vom 16. August 2004: Lockheed

    Martin announces diversified Team for Aerial CommonSensor program.

    4. Janes Air Forces News Briefs vom 9. September 2004.

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    5. Sensortrger fr die US Army; Karl Schwarz; FLUG REVUE,Oktober 2004, S.50.

    6. Know Thine Enemy; Robert Wall - Washington; AW&ST,November 29, 2004, S.31-32.

    ACSS1.

    Http://www.L-3.com.com/acss2. Http://www.thales-avionics.com

    3. Transatlantic defence tie-up planned - A background ofacquisitions; Paul Lewis; Flight International, No. 4785, Vol.

    159, 19-25 June 2001, S.6.4. ACSS-002-01-03, Dec. 2002.5. People First pay off; William B. Scott, Phoenix; AW&ST,

    March 22, 2004, S.55-56.

    ADA1. Jean Ichbiah assesses Ada and the future of

    Microcomputers; DE, September 1981, S.126-127.2. Ada goes to work; James E. Fawcette - Editor-in-Chief; DE,

    July 1982, S.61-74.3. Work center integrates Ada equipment needs; D. Babcock,

    J. Williams & D. Saliba; MilitaryElectronics/Countermeasures, January 1982, S.22-26.

    4. Ada machine delivers high performance; P. Hartwick & D.Naedel; DE, November 1984, S.98-102.

    5. Ada compiler for VAX; J.F.J. -Industry News; DE, December1984, S.41.

    6. Will Ada succeed? Daniel Klein - Rolm; DE, December 1984,S.105-108.

    7. A buyers guide to Ada procurement; Daniel Klein; DE,January 1985, S. 101-112.

    8. Ada progress satisfies DOD; John F. Judge; DE, June 1985,S.77-87.

    9. Ada capabilities for todays Microprocessors; DE, June1985, S.117-122.10. Ada: A good start an exciting future; Christine L. Braun; DE,

    July 1985, S.105-106.

    11. Taking hard line on Software -Citical Programm Reviews;DE, July 1986, S.74-89.

    12. Choosing an Ada environment; William J. Marlow; DE,September 1986, S.115-121.

    13. The future of Ada technology; Donn Milton; DE, December1986, S.47-50.

    14. Developing communication protocols in Ada; Van C. Baker& James Baldo Jr. -E-Systems; DE, December 1986, S.90-104.

    15. Choosing Ada tasking models for real-time systems; F.L.Friedman & P.A.T. Wolfgang; DE, April 1987, s.168-176.

    16. From Pascal to Ada: A practical perspective on translation;D.L. Stock & J.A. Stewart; DE, May 1987, S.S23-S31.

    17. Programmers produce more with Ada; V.L. Castor & DavidPreston; DE, June 1987, S.165-172.

    18. Using Ada as a software design tool; Saro B. Ghazarian -General Dynamics; DE, October 1987, S.129-132.

    19. Producing with Ada - Real-time solutions for complexproblems; Jeffrey Rowe; DE, July 1990, S.41-53.

    20. Ada tools: Compilers coming online; John Rhea; DE,November 1990, S.47-58.

    21. Ada product directory; DE, October 1991, S.35-50.22. Ada: Chameleon or chimera? Benjamin M. Brosgol; DE,

    January 1992, S.30-31.23. Joe the genius tailor - Ada in action; Benjamin M. Brosgol;

    DE, May 1992, S.26-29.

    24. Ada 95: Getting the bugs out; Joyce L. Tokar, Ph.D.; DE,May 1995, S.20-23.

    Adaptive Antennen1. Adaptive arrays and sidelobe cancellers; A perspective; D.J.

    Chapman - Syracuse Research Corp.; MJ, Aug. 1977, S.43-

    46.2. A Sidelobe Blanking System; Pedro P. Arancibia; MJ, March1978, S. 69-73.

    3. Adaptive array radar looks away from jammers; FJM;Microwaves, 19(1980)3, S.18.

    4. Adaptive radar sharpens NATOs defense; Michael Burton;Microwaves, 20(1981)9, S.19, 22.

    5. Adaptive Antennas find Military and Civilian Applications -Part III; P.M. Grant & C.F.N. Cowan; MSN, September 1981,

    S.97-107.6. Introduction to Radar Systems; Merrill I. Skolnik; McGraw-

    Hill, 1983, S.332-333.7. Adaptive Antenna arrays for C3I; Bruce Miller - US Army EW

    lab.; JED, October 1984, S.145-146, 166-168.

    8. Auxiliary Microstrip Antenna Reduces Side-Lobe Jamming;Klaus Solbach; MSN, March 1989, S. 26-29.

    9. Adaptive antenna technology aids wireless transmission;Bert Erickson, Consultant; Microwaves & RF, 36(1997)13,

    S.139-144.

    Adcock-Antennensystem, Dreh-Adcock1. Funkortung und Funknavigation; Erwin Lertes; Vieweg,

    Braunschweig, 1985, S. 24.

    ADIRS1. ADIRS for Airbus aircraft; C61-0123-000-000, August 2004,

    Honeywell International Inc., Aerospace Electronic

    Systems, Air Transport Systems, Phnix, AZ.www.honeywell.com

    ADLER1. Fhrungs- und Waffeneinsatzsysteme des Heeres; Edgar

    Ziegler & Jrg-Peter Meier; wt III/1999, S.70-72.

    2. Die Artillerietruppe im Heer der Zukunft - Aufgaben,Gliederung, Ausrstung und Fhigkeiten; Heinerich Fischer- Artillerieschule; SuT, Mai 2002, S.33-42.

    3. Aufklrungsfhigkeiten der Artillerie im Heer der Zukunft;Oberst Heinrich Fischer - Artillerieschule; SuT, November2002, S.13-18.

    4. ADLER - Zehn Jahre Rechnerverbund Artillerie; DieterProchaska; SuT, September 2005, S.27-29.

    ADS-B Automatic Dependent Surveillance -Broadcast

    1. ADS-B: North to Alaska; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine -Aviation Today, February 2000.

    2. ADS-B-Progress and the proposed rule; David Jensen;Avionics Magazine - Aviation Today, March 2002.

    3. ADS-Bs global advance; Brian Evans; Avionics Magazine -Aviation Today, August 2004.

    4. On a slow roll - Australia is out in front with its new ADS-Bnetwork, but elsewhere satellite use for ATC is off theexpected pace; David Hughes (Washington); AW&ST,

    January 31, 2005, S.39-40.5. Without Radar - Precisely - ADS-B promises improved

    accuracy and lower-cost surveillance; David Hughes

    (Washington); AW&ST, January 31, 2005. S.42-43.

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    6. ADS-Bs French connection; David Hughes - Bagneux,France; AW&ST, June 13, 2005, S.180-184.

    7. Coast to Coast ADS-B; David Hughes - Dallas; AW&ST,November 7, 2005, S.98.

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    ADW, ADC1. ADC achives 12-b resolution at 25.6 Msamples/S; David

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    2. AN/ALE-43; IECH 2001, S.84.

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    A. Dornheim; AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.48-49.

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    ALQ-1351. Technische Unterlage von Northrop Grumman, Defense

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    Washington Report; JED, July 1998, S.16.2. Live-fire tests demonstrate AAQ-24 DIRCM capabilities;

    Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 26, 1998, S.44-45.

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    ALQ-214, IDECM RFCM1. Navy questions Towed Decoy suitability for F/A-18C/D;

    Philip J. Klass; AW&ST, October 27, 1997, S.43-44.

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    AW&ST, November 15, 1999, S.43-44.

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    February 2002, S.61-65.7. Stacking the deck - Neither nimble nor quick, the Super

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