# IRE Transactions on Military Electronics

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• ### [Front cover]

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): c1
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• ### IRE Professional Group on Military Electronics

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): nil1
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• ### [Front inside cover]

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): nil1
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Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): 61
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• ### Hans K. Ziegler [Biography]

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): 62
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• ### Guest Editorial

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s): 63
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• ### Army Activities in Space-A History

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):64 - 69
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This paper presents an account of the Army's role in missile development and achievements. It begins by giving a short historical account of the Army's missile and space program. It then gives an explanation of the Army's present role in missiles and space. Finally it gives a few proposals for the future. Also included is a list of Firsts'' that are credited to the Army in its role of missile an... View full abstract»

• ### General Description and Design of the Configuration of the Juno I and Juno II Launching Vehicles

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):70 - 77
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The Juno I Vehicle consists of a modified Redstone Booster with three solid propellant upper stages. The second and third stages are made up by clustering the same rocket used as the fourth stage. The upper stages are contained in a spinning launcher. The spinning provides stability during flight. The Juno II vehicle uses the same upper stages as the Juno I and the booster is a modified Jupiter. T... View full abstract»

• ### Explorer Satellite Electronics

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):78 - 85
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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A discussion is presented of the design restrictions and the philosophy which enabled the Explorer satellites to be first during the IGY to reveal the presence of a belt of intense cosmic radiation encircling the earth's equator. In addition, an indication of the amount and momentum of cosmic dust in the solar system was obtained from the Explorers. Methods used to obtain reliability in the transd... View full abstract»

• ### Considerations to the Development of Explorer VII Satellite

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):86 - 92
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The development of the orbiting carrier Explorer VII is presented. It is shown how the many requirements inherent to the mission were incorporated into one satellite system. The design parameters are discussed. Particular emphasis is devoted to the testing of the satellite with regard to functional and environmental conditions. View full abstract»

• ### Scientific Objectives of Explorer VII

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):93 - 98
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This paper presents a description and the results of experiments conducted and carried aboard the Explorer VII satellite. Experiments covered are: radiation balance, heavy primary cosmic ray, Lyman-alpha X ray, the cosmic ray, exposed solar cell, micrometeorite, the earth radiation balance, and temperature measurement. A brief description of the power source and telemetering frequencies used on th... View full abstract»

• ### Problems Concerning the Thermal Design of Explorer Satellites

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):98 - 112
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The thermal control of the Explorer satellites that were launched by Development Operations Division of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency is described. Explorers I through V were launched under the direction of the Department of Defense, and Explorer VII under the sponsorship of NASA. The thermal design of these satellites was based on a study of environmental conditions, and the effect of many pa... View full abstract»

• ### Army Role in Project Argus

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):112 - 120
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Argus was a code name given to a project which was to utilize atomic bursts at high altitudes to inject electrons artificially into the magnetic field of the earth, and to observe their movements by means of satellite borne instrumentation. The Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) was assigned the over-all project direction for the satellite program including development of the instrumentation, co... View full abstract»

• ### The Impact of the Argus Experiment on Hydromagnetic-Wave Research

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):120 - 122
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The Argus series of high-altitude nuclear explosions has provided us with the means of studying hydromagnetic-wave effects under known and controllable conditions. These explosions have enabled us to compare, for the first time, quantitative experimental data with theoretical considerations. Analysis of the world-wide hydromagnetic-wave effects led to the discovery of an interesting duct-like mech... View full abstract»

• ### Pioneer III and IV Space Probes

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):123 - 129
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A description of the over-all objectives of the Pioneer III and IV experiments is presented. Included is an analysis of the payload design philosophy, a description of the flight hardware, and a synopsis of the results of the experiments. View full abstract»

• ### Early Orbit Determination Scheme for the Juno Space Vehicle

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):129 - 144
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The present status (1959-1960) of the ABMA Early Orbit Determination scheme for the Juno space vehicle is described, The design of the scheme was essentially influenced by three factors: 1) its origin centered around post flight vehicle analysis; 2) the flexibility required for accepting varied kinds of data; and 3) the potential of high speed computers concentrated in the ABMA Computation Laborat... View full abstract»

• ### Outlay of Trajectories for the Army's Juno I and Juno II Program

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):145 - 157
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This paper presents a description of the factors associated with establishing trajectories for the Juno I and Juno II program. It gives a description of the following orbital elements: inclination, eccentricity, semi-major axis, right ascension of the ascending node, argument of perigee, and time of perigee passage. Also included is a detailed description of the trajectory arrangement for the Luna... View full abstract»

• ### Deep Space Communications

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):158 - 162
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This paper discusses the various factors that influenced the design of the TRACE deep space communications system, the choice of the operating frequency, and the selection of a suitable ground antenna. The configuration of the three different microwave communications system stations-launch, injection, and deep space--employed in the Pioneer III and IV experiments is given, together with a descript... View full abstract»

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):163 - 169
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A short survey on the mechanics of the free flight part of circumlunar flight is presented. This survey is by no means complete and many refinements have been listed but not explained. Other important fields such as attitude control have been left out completely. It must be stressed that for exact computations of trajectories, special studies covering the astronomical constants and computational m... View full abstract»

• ### Evolution of the Saturn Booster Telemetry System

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):169 - 175
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This paper describes the telemetry system to be used on the Saturn booster and, by way of introduction, a brief description of the Redstone and Jupiter telemetry systems is given. The additional requirements for the system caused by the multiple engine booster are pointed out and the design consideration for the system is discussed. A description of the Saturn telemetry equipment is discussed in g... View full abstract»

• ### The Significance of Military Communication Satellites

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):176 - 183
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A discussion of the long distance military communication trunking problem is presented with particular emphasis on the lack of flexibility and capacity in currently used methods. Satellite-borne radio relay repeaters are considered as a possible solution to the trunking problem. State-of-the-art limitations which restrain the establishment of a system meeting the total needs are discussed. A compr... View full abstract»

• ### Concerning Optimum Frequencies for Space Vehicle Communication

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):184 - 192
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In an earlier paper, on the same subject, a number of factors affecting communication with space vehicles were discussed. Among these were receiver signal-to-noise ratio as a function of temperature, cosmic noise, auroral displays, Faraday rotation of the plane of polarization, and gaseous refraction and absorption. The additional material in this paper treats in a semiquantitative manner and in g... View full abstract»

• ### Project SCORE: Signal Communication by Orbiting Relay Equipment

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):193 - 194
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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The development program which led to the successful launching and demonstration of the first satellite communication is described in this summary paper. A brief description of the system is included, the results obtained during the operational phase are described, and the impact of the results on future satellite programs discussed. View full abstract»

• ### A Delayed-Repeater Satellite Communication System of Advanced Design

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):195 - 207
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This paper describes a delayed-repeater satellite communications system consisting of an orbiting delayed-repeater radio-relay station which passes over terminal ground stations located within the viewing area of the satellite. Messages are exchanged between the satellite and a ground station operating in the 2-kmc band utilizing both polarization and frequency diversity techniques to provide a co... View full abstract»

• ### Progressive Communication Satellite Systems Design

Publication Year: 1960, Page(s):208 - 215
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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This paper describes the progressive design, on a phased basis, of a typical communication satellite system capable of meeting a variety of military and civilian applications, The system philosophy stresses reliability and flexibility of operation, with provision for both point-to-point and area coverage, to serve both fixed and mobile ground terminals, and to operate in either a military or nonmi... View full abstract»

## Aims & Scope

This Transactions ceased publication in 1962. The new retitled publication is IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems.

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