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    Daniel J. McCambridge,Steven J. Gunderson,Mary F. Canfield,Geoffery Dann
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Daniel J. Two precision asset location (PAL) systems were tested on the SS Curtiss in Port Hueneme, California. Multipath nulls were also measured, with some as deep as 30 to 40 dB. The two systems were a helf direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) system from WhereNet, In. and a prototype ultra-wideband (UWB) system from Multi-Spectral Solutions, Inc. (MSSI). The objective was to evaluate the two technologies for operation in high multipath shipboard environments. Testing was performed in open cargo spaces (worst-case multipath) and partially loaded cargo spaces (blockage).

Steven J. Gunderson, Mary F Canfield, Geoffery Dann, Daniel J. Abstract : Two precision asset location (PAL) systems were tested on the SS Curtiss in Port Hueneme, California. The two systems were a helf direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS. More).

Naval Total Asset Visibility (NTAV) Precision Asset Location (PAL) - System Tests on the SS Curtiss. Freedom Banner - Cobra Gold 2002, Total Asset Visibility Experiment. Daniel J. Abstract : This document describes an experimentation of technology that can bring the Marine Corps closer to the goal of achieving Total Asset Visibility. The venue used for this effort was th.

Each system's accuracy decreased during blockage experiments

Each system's accuracy decreased during blockage experiments.

McCambridge "Naval Total Asset Visibility (NTAV) Precision Asset Location (PAL)-System Tests on the SS Curtis " Technical Report TR-2201-AMP Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center Port Hueneme CA May 2002.

INVENTORY SYSTEMS SUMMARY 4 Total Asset Visibility (TAV) program. Logistic Specialists (LS) can enter the TAV program to determine the location, amount, and usability of a specific asset. For instance, a logistic specialist can enter the system to determine availability of canteens when planning for a training evolution.

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This is a NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING SERVICE CENTER PORT HUENEME CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A075324. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Two precision asset location (PAL) systems were tested on the SS curtiss in Port Hueneme, California. The two systems were a commercial-off-the- shelf direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) system from WhereNet, Inc., and a prototype ultra-wideband (UWB) system from Multi-Spectral Solutions, Inc. (MSSI) . The objective was to evaluate the two technologies for operation in high multipath shipboard environments. Testing was performed in open cargo spaces (worst-case multipath) and partially loaded cargo spaces (blockage). A reference laser surveying system was installed for comparison and accuracy tests were conducted over a cargo space. Both systems operated in the open-space shipboard environment and to each vendor's specified accuracy. Each system's accuracy decreased during blockage experiments. The University of Southern California's UltRa Lab characterized the SS Curtiss shipboard environment and found it had delay spreads on the order of 3 microsec, far exceeding the 10 to 300 ns delay spreads of office and industrial environments. Multipath nulls were also measured, with some as deep as 30 to 40 dB.