AEGIS

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beukelman
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AEGIS
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2015-10-16 01:55:26
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  1. 9 Elements of AEGIS
    • ADS
    • VLS
    • WCS
    • C&D
    • SM
    • ACTS
    • FCS
    • ORTS
    • SPY Radar
  2. SPY 1-D 5
    • Primary Air & Surface Radar
    • Phased Array / Electronically Steered
    • Search up to 256nm & Track up to 512nm (120,000 ft elevation)
    • Low Power 250 kw
    • High Power 4.0-6.4 Mw
  3. Radar Antenna Group 2
    • 4 Arrays (Array Rooms)
    • 2 BSCs (Radar 2)
  4. Radar Transmitter Group 4
    • DPD
    • FPA
    • RFM
    • HVPS
  5. DPD
    Driver Pre-Driver
  6. FPA
    Final Pulse Amplifier
  7. RFM
    Radio Frequency Monitor
  8. HVPS
    High Voltage Power Supply
  9. SM
    Standard Missile
  10. C&D 3
    • Command and Decision
    • Manages collection, correlation, control, dissemination & display of tactical information for CIC.
    • Provides C&D doctrine “if – then” statements.
  11. OJ-663 Consoles
    • 1 on Bridge
    • 12 in CIC
  12. WCS 8
    • Weapon Control System
    • UYK-43
    • Manages engagements
    • provides fire control solutions
    • selects missile cells, launch time & launch order
    • passes launch signals to VLS
    • directs FCS during terminal phase of an SM engagement.
    • Interfaces w/ VLS, CIWS, LAMPS, ASROC, HARPOON, T-HAWK, & 5 inch.
  13. FCS / MK 99 3
    • Fire Control System
    • Provides target illumination during terminal phase of an SM engagement.
    • Cooled by SPY skid
  14. ADS 4
    • AEGIS Display System
    • Presents 3 categories of information:
    • Tactical Picture
    • Resource Status
    • Threat Response
  15. Tactical Picture 2
    • Displayed on LSD (large screen displays)
    • Controlled from CO, TAO, & OSDA consoles
  16. Resource Status
    Displayed on ASTABS (automated status boards)
  17. Threat Response
    Displays targets w/ threat value & engagement status
  18. VLS 3
    • Vertical Launching System
    • Validates AEGIS WCS, ASWCS, TTWCS commands and loads launch information into missiles.
    • Capable of firing SM-2, SM-3, SM-T, VLA, & TOMAHAWK missiles.
  19. Launch control units 3
    • multiplex together to control VLS launchers.
    • LCU1 (CSER1)
    • LCU2 (CSER2)
  20. VGI 2
    • VLS GPS Integrator.
    • Provides hot start for SM-3.
  21. 3 types of Modules 3
    • System Mod 7 - Launcher 400hz PDP and 60hz PDP and damage control junction box are connected to this module.
    • Strikedown Module 5 – strike down crane takes up cell 6,7, and 8 on module 5.
    • Standard Module
  22. Missiles fwd and aft
    • 29 missiles forward
    • 61 missiles aft
  23. Standard Missile 2 5
    • Primary surface to air weapon & secondary surface to surface weapon. Uses a semi-active warhead
    • 3 engagement phases:
    • Boost – guidance provided by internal navigation
    • Midcourse – guidance provided by SPY radar
    • Terminal – guidance provided by FCS illuminators (Last 7-10 secs based on angle and attack speed)
    • Range: 80 nm.
  24. Standard Missile 3 5
    • BMD engagement
    • Exo-atmospheric engagement
    • Kinetic warhead
  25. Standard Missile T 3
    • BMD engagement
    • Endo-atmospheric engagement
    • Terminal phase of BMD engagement
  26. ACTS/ BFTT 4
    • AEGIS Combat Trainer System
    • Interfaces w/ SPY, C&D, WCS, FCS, VLS, OBT and BEWT for training purposes.
    • LAN connection allows Hopper to take place in scenarios with other ships or stations simultaneously
    • N+1 configuration acts as a backup for SPY, C&D, WCS, ADS, & UWS.
  27. ORTS 2
    • Operational Readiness Test System
    • Interfaces w/ SPY, FCS, C&D, WCS, ADS, VLS, & ACTS for maintenance & testing purposes.
  28. ORTS Equipment 2
    • ORTS Console (2 / CSMC)
    • RDT Remote Data Terminal (3 / Radar 2, Radar 3, CSER 2)
  29. Detect to Engage Sequence 13
    • 1.SPY detects contact, creates track, & passes data to C&D.
    • 2.Track is identified using EWS, IFF and any other available intel.
    • 3.Operator engages track.
    • 4.WCS creates firing control solution.
    • 5.Operator activates SM via C&D (step broken simplicity)
    • 5.Launch signal is passed to VLS via WCS.
    • 6.VLS launches SM.
    • 7.SM uses internal navigation for guidance during boost phase.
    • 8.SM establishes uplink/downlink with WCS via SPY for midcourse phase guidance.
    • 9.WCS directs FCS to illuminate target during terminal phase.
    • 10.SM locks on to reflected illumination for proximity detonation.
    • 11.RSC(Radar System Coordinator) declares visual kill / no kill analysis
    • 12.WCS calculates kill / no kill analysis

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