shipboard system


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Noun1.shipboard system - a system designed to work as a coherent entity on board a naval ship
anti-submarine rocket - a shipboard system to fire rockets at submarines
basic point defense missile system - a shipboard missile system
naval equipment - equipment for a navy
naval tactical data system - a shipboard system for collecting and displaying tactical data
ship-towed long-range acoustic detection system - a shipboard system consisting of an acoustic detection system that is towed behind the ship
surface-to-air missile system - the shipboard system that fires missiles at aircraft
system - instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"
target acquisition system - a shipboard system for the detection and identification and location of a target with enough detail to permit effective weapon employment
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"We will pull through the shipboard system and repackage it, which will have the same functionality and capabilities" as the one on the Ohio, Williams explained.
"The V/IP Phone/Fax IP Gateway is an integral component of the ship-to-shore communication network we created--named Line of Sight--for the Navy's AEGIS Combat System, the world's most advanced shipboard system for anti-aircraft and anti-missile defense on its destroyers and cruisers," says telecommunications engineer Matthew Layden.
Should Raytheon win the competition, it would mark the first fit of the SLQ-32(V)5 - the standard US shipboard system - to a non-US hull.
In terms of specific products, Matra Marconi press literature suggests that a 12-kg, one-to-two-man transportable military SHF terminal is available together with the described SCOT shipboard system, the Master airborne terminal (suitable for medium-to-large aircraft applications), the vehicular Marmoset station (equipped with a 1.7-m antenna) and the transportable Martlet ground station (using a 4.5-m "fold-away" antenna), Racal is offering the SC2630 commercial equivalent of the described UK/VSC-501, while SPS is concentrating on putting together "bespoke" customer specific packages which could range from small transportable terminals to major ground stations such as the facility it has implemented to support the UK's Skynet system.
The excitement surrounding the release of the SLQ-54 nomenclature ebbed quickly when it became apparent that it was the "shipboard system of the future" in name only.
The way ahead includes temporary shipboard installation approvals, follow-on Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) testing, and deployable capability analysis as well as additional platform and shipboard system interface evaluation for a fully successful reengineered business process.

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