S. S. Bushkin – Head of Laboratory, JSC «NIIT», Zhukovsky. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I. V. Golikov – Head of Sector, JSC «NIIT», Zhukovsky. E-mail: email@example.com
An important task in creating active phased array antenna with electronic beam control X- and L-bands is to develop a set of jobs to measure the parameters and settings for all devices and incoming AESA in general.
The complex is defined by a set of jobs for adjusting and measuring parameters of functional units AESA.
Workstations for AESA X-band can be divided into four groups:
1. Workstations sub-modules microwave measurement parameters (SSVCH) and sub-modules output power amplifier (SVUM).
2. Workstations measuring parameters and settings transceiver modules (WFP) AESA.
3. Workstaitons for measuring parameters and settings of the power amplifier (PA) AESA.
4. Workstations for AESA adjustments.
Workstations for AESA L-band are divided into two groups:
1. Workstations for measuring parameters and settings transceiver amplifier modules (MISP).
2. Workstations for adjusting and measuring parameters of power distribution and phasing (URF) as part of a segment AESA L-band.
All jobs allow complex measurement parameters automatically, save the results to form a single measurement database and display the measurement results in a graphical format.
Complex workstations for active phased array antenna with electronic beam control X- and L- band is a single system that allows to perform a set of basic tasks:
Measurement of the parameters and configuration of all FESA devices;
Determination of the optimal setting channel SSVCH, SVUM and WFP based on the position in the aperture AESA X-band and performing the specified amplitude and phase distributions;
Optimal setting transceiver channels with reduced volume and time measurements, taking into account the position of each channel in the aperture AESA and performing predetermined amplitude and phase distributions;
Forecasting performance AESA to configure and test results;
Configure incoming blocks and AESA in general when simulating station (regular) modes, as well as using the standard distribution system and other staff devices.