I already demolished you on the IR cooler where you were wrong. Now you compound the error. .
ROTFL. I mean, I demonstrated you didn't even know what type cooler the IR MICA used and you call your show of ignorance a demolishing? I know that according to Napoleon a good offense is the best defense but you're just being delusional here.
No you didn't. You made a claim of what I said and not what I said
You misquoted me and then didn't even know it was built as a too small a chiller for the heat burden expected? I don't think much of you for that.
The MICA antenna is body shadow occluded by its fins and strakes, plus the antenna is the wrong length to cover aspect presentation distortion.
Wrong on the first part, you obviously still haven't checked a picture of MICA tail. Or maybe you just don't know what an antenna looks like, after all you stated in another thread that the MICA data link antenna was located in the missile mid-body... Can't really get more wrong than that.
You refer to this. Midbody means buried and occluded and not in a open fairing.
You were and are deceptive. Its masked by the strakes and fins and buried exactly as I said.
The second part is interesting as we're talking >10GHz links with a half wavelength <15mm (that's roughly half an inch for the metrically impaired). So you're either trolling or you don't even have a basic clue about electromagnetism. Given your record on this thread, I'll go for the second option. Well, it's also possible you're an ignorant troll...
The antenna is not limited to the crest trough of a single wavelength (QM) and you know this, or else its you that doesn't know electromagnetism. The antenna was designed wrong.
Not exactly correct. The aerial has to have a travel length friend.
Not the same (CREF below).
It is exactly the same equation, term for term. It's now obvious you've never designed a regulation system or even followed a basic course on the matter. You try to hide your ignorance of the matter with buzzwords but you simply can't "talk the talk".
No its not the same term for term.
For one thing, the robot arm is a static mount limited to gimbal and reach; whereas in the three body moving problem all of the objects move independent of each other.
GOLIS versus GOT logics also apply here. You keep confusing endgame with trajectory contro
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