Lincoln Laboratory. Division 6. Research Staff
Found in 98 Collections and/or Records:
Division 6 Memo M-2856. Memorandum detailing the results of the preliminary simulation of the F-99 Interceptor in the Lincoln environment, presented in Memorandum M-2811 in graphical form.
Division 6 Memo M-2723. Memorandum detailing the results of 600 (out of 6000) tracks run for the F-99 interception-simulation program.
Division 6 Memo M-2816. Memorandum detailing a meeting held at Westinghouse on May 6-7, 1954, to clarify mutual problems involved in making Bomarc Ground Control Network compatible with the Lincoln Transition System and to prepare proposals for presentation at a larger meeting to be held in Baltimore May 13-14, 1954.
Division 6 Memo M-2773. Memorandum detailing 3000 (out of 6000) tracks run on the Lincoln Transition System.
Division 6 Memo M-2663. Memorandum detailing a complete simulation of the F-99 interceptor performance and the evaluation of the improvement of tracking accuracy resulting from the use of radial velocity information available at the MTI radar sites.
Division 6 Memo M-2750. Memorandum detailing analysis of the 25 interception runs mentioned in the last secret biweekly report (M-2723) and 37 further runs made after correction of errors.
Division 6 Memo M-2529. Memorandum detailing meetings held between Division 6 staff and Westinghouse, Boeing, the Air Force, and Project ADES. Also includes information regarding the program which simulated target interception by F-99 and the investigation of a new dive doctrine intended to improve the effectiveness of the Bomarc missile against low-flying targets.