Britain Trials Sea Technology On Dry Land

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					Britain Trials Sea Technology On Dry Land
Rita Boland
Signal; Sep 2009; 64, 1; Docstoc
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Description: Steve Brown, a BAE Systems Insyte employee and mission systems integration manager for the ACA, says the Queen Elizabeth-class's islands are small considering the size of the overall platform, creating an electromagnetic environment (EME) challenge because of the constrained upper deck area for placing the forest of antennas. [...] they created models on paper and then moved to computer versions. In addition to the savings - costs increase exponentially as the program moves forward, according to the commander - benefits also include a plan to mitigate risk helping to eliminate any delay delivering the ships to the fleet, which he calls "the most important thing."
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