Antenna Boresighting

Author: Doren Hess
Publication: AMTA 1987
Copyright Owner: NSI-MI Technologies

The difficulty of discussing the practical aspects of boresighting in general terms has been circumvented by writing two parallel sections - one pertaining to antennas with a fixed mechanical reference and one pertaining to antennas with adjustable optical - mechanical references

The reader is advised to concentrate first on the section that pertains most specifically to his particular antenna boresight problem. Either of Sections I or II may be read without prior knowledge of the other; they are partially repetitive when discussing overlapping material. Those antennas whose boresight reference is defined by touch points on the mounting structure are covered in Section I; those antennas having boresight telescopes are covered in Section II.

 

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