Moryakov S.I.,4th Central Research Institute |
Nesterov S.M.,4th Central Research Institute |
Skorodumov I.A.,4th Central Research Institute
Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics | Year: 2012
Description of the radar signal ambiguity function for application to the synthesis of the 2D radar image of an aircraft on the basis of spatial frequencies is proposed. Requirements on the time-frequency structure of the sounding signal are determined and the possibility of modeling this signal with the help of a chirp signal is shown. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2012.
Ivanov I.V.,Moscow Medical Academy |
Zharov E.V.,Moscow Medical Academy |
Khudov V.V.,State Research and Probation Institute of Military Medicine |
Petrov J.V.,4Th Central Research Institute
Vestnik Rossiiskoi Akademii Meditsinskikh Nauk | Year: 2010
The study was designed to assess the psycho-physiological and immune status in 60 male aviation specialists aged 24 - 45 years given biologically active food additives "Intra" and "Adaptol" It was shown that regular consumption of these additives promoted mobilization of functional reserves of the organism, improved time-related activity of nervous processes, increased lability of the central part of the visual analyzer, and improved results of subjective assessment of postural equilibrium control. Results of the study indicate that food additives "Intra", "Adaptol" possess immunocorrective potential and may be used to restore functions of various organs and their systems in a human operator under extreme conditions.
Chuntul A.V.,OAO Moskovskii Vertoletnyi Zavod im. M.L. Milya |
Lapa V.V.,4th Central Research Institute |
Davydov V.V.,4th Central Research Institute
Human Physiology | Year: 2015
Spatial orientation of pilots using a cockpit exterior surveillance system was tested in real nighttime helicopter flights. Major factor complicating adequate spatial orientation and provoking visual illusions in pilots are lack of information for spatial depth (relation) perception in two-dimensional TV images altering their position along the horizontal and vertical lines of trajectory and simultaneous piloting and target search-identification operations. Reliability of the pilot’s spatial orientation could be improved by displaying on the cockpit exterior imaging screen relevant flight navigation parameters. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.