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5 AN/PED-1 Lightweight Laser Designator Rangefinder (LLDR) 4.
Sensors that have target location errors larger than 10 meters are the ground-vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD), first generation FLIR Bradley eyesafe laser rangefinder (BELRF) and lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR).
The big issue was low collateral damage," recalls John Miller, director of ground systems at Northrop Grumman, A laser seeker projected by a lightweight laser designator rangefinder made the Viper Strike a precision weapon, he says.
Army has, for several years, sponsored a program called the lightweight laser designator rangefinder, which combines a laser target marker and locator into one system, along with a thermal imager.
Use of simulated military equipment, such as the lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR), increases the student's ability to replicate tasks seldom allowed in a field environment.
The trainer will be able to interface with simulations, such as fires simulation (FireSim) XXI, one semi-automated force (OneSAF), Janus, joint conflict and tactical simulation (JCATS), full-spectrum command and real world equipment--the lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR), mini-eye-safe laser infrared observation system (MELIOS), advanced FA tactical data system (AFATDS), etc.
3]) with a lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR) module.
The lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR) is replacing the tripod-mounted ground/vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD).