Minimization measurement requirements for maintenance and repair special communication means

Authors

  • Yevhen Ryzhov National army academy named after Hetman Sahaidachny, Lviv,
  • Lev Sakovych Institute of special communication and information protection of National technical university of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv polytechnic institute”, Kiev,

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20535/2411-1031.2017.5.1.120586

Keywords:

Special communication means, metrological service, maintenance, metrological characteristics, measuring instruments.

Abstract

In the article describes the approach of determining the minimum required value of probability of a correct assessment of the measurement results for conventional algorithm arbitrary shape. Notice that the sequence and order of measurement parameters during metrological or maintenance service of special communication means depends on the results of previous inspections and represented as a conventional algorithms. Conventional algorithms is used distinguished by type (binary, homogeneous, group) and forms (perfect, minimal, arbitrary, maximum). The flowchart algorithm for calculating the minimum required value of correct assessment probability of checking result while assessing technical state of the object on the conventional algorithm perfect shape is developed. The analytical value for assessing mathematical expectation of deviation from the true value of technical state is determined in the metrological or maintenance of special communication mean, that differ from the known high accuracy. The example of the application of the obtained results in the conventional algorithm determining the technical state of control subsystem operation of high power transmitter is shown. The obtained results in the article should be used in methodics of justification metrological characteristics of measuring instruments during the metrological examination at stages the design and development of new special communication means, as well as for metrology and maintenance service.

Author Biographies

Yevhen Ryzhov, National army academy named after Hetman Sahaidachny, Lviv,

candidate of technical sciences,
senior researcher of research
center of the land forces

Lev Sakovych, Institute of special communication and information protection of National technical university of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv polytechnic institute”, Kiev,

candidate of technical sciences, professor
at the theoretically bases of operation
of special means information-telecommunications
systems academic department

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Published

2017-06-30

How to Cite

Ryzhov, Y., & Sakovych, L. (2017). Minimization measurement requirements for maintenance and repair special communication means. Information Technology and Security, 5(1), 106–114. https://doi.org/10.20535/2411-1031.2017.5.1.120586

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Section

TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS