the TEE worksheet (figure 7-72) should be entered on the appropriate lines of C R T
page 950. The index and control area (figure 7-71) includes the TEE PREP IDENTI-
FIERS with reference numbers (REF #) for the TARGET EVENTS, PARAMETERS, OPERATORS,
and CONNECTORS that are required for entry on the CRT page.
d. Line 01 (main page area, figure 7-71) is used to enter the identifying set
number for the TEE. Command line 77 is used to clear the display and, when keyed
In, clears all data items entered. When a TEE prep is complete, keying command
line 88 places the data displayed on CRT page 950 in permanent storage in the
target grouping where it is available for recall by its CRT page number (501
through 520). Command line 99 is used to terminate (cancel) the preparation
activity; nothing is retained in storage when line 99 is keyed in.
e. On CRT page 950, there are four lines of data for each target In lines 02
through 11. The first line for each target (lines 12, 16, 20, etc.) is for identi-
fying the target site number from the target site list and the event reference num-
ber from the Index and control area. The indented line numbers (13, 14, 15; 17,
18. 19; etc.) are for insertion of the contingencies that will trigger the event.
Up to three contingencies can be entered for each event. Each contingency line
accommodates one parameter, one operator, and one connector, as required to define
(The contingencies are further explained in the following
the triggering activity.
f . The index and control area of CRT page 950 (TEE PREP IDENTIFIERS, figure
7-71) provides command reference
#) so that titles
and or multiple
items can be keyed In with a signal keystroke.
(1) Reference numbers 1 and 2 are used to key in the target event. When
motion (reference number 1) is enabled and the triggering contingencies have been
met, the target travels over a predetermined path at a designated speed for
approximately 15 km and stops. When hostile activity (reference number 2) is
enabled and the triggering contingencies have been met, the target fires at the
ownship. If a hit (malfunction code number) has been designated and the threat
algorithm concurs, a malfunction or system failure occurs with the hit.
(2) Reference numbers 3 through 6 are used to enter the appropriate triggering
parameters. When any reference number (3 through 6) is keyed in on a specific
line, the parameter title appears on that line of CRT page 950. The appropriate
metrics for parameters are shown In the parenthetical note behind the parameter
( e . g . , %, FT, KIAS, MINS, etc.). The following parameters can be assigned as
- Ownship altitude
- Line-of-sight (intervisibility) between ownship and
target, measured in seconds of exposure
- Distance from ownship to target, measured in meters
WPNS RELEASE - Firing/release of ownship weapons, measured in seconds
a f t e r release
(3) Reference numbers 7 through 9 are used to enter arithmetic operators of
less than, equal to, or greater than (<, =, >) the assigned value for the
triggering parameter. The assigned value must be keyed in after the associated
operator reference number (e.g., 9 TAR 20 ENTER is the entry for greater than 20
f e e t ) . Each parameter must have an operator and a value assigned to trigger it.
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