Abstract

This paper presents an analysis and computer modeling of manmade systemic situations with a nonzero initial state, generated by a transition of an opto-electronic measurement complex from the pointing mode to the position-tracking mode during pre-operational adjustment of the main reflector of a large fully steerable radio telescope. Values are obtained for the characteristic frequency, the speed of the pointing process of the laser beam of an automatic opto-electronic tracking-measurement complex, and the switching limit to guarantee the transition from the pointing mode to the position-tracking mode within the assigned time interval for measuring the coordinates of a control point.

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