By Romine Deming
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The best system designs and the most effective subsystem elements can fail where installation quality assurance procedures are not followed from the beginning through system checkout and acceptance. Operation and feedback (actual performance in the real world of user operations) will probably be the best test of the system design and implementation phases. Adjustments to procedural routines should be expected throughout the checkout stage. Extensive interviews with operational personnel at all levels should be conducted to define, refine and finalize total system operations requirements.
The level of protection provided in a zone is equal to the minimum protection provided by barriers and detection systems in the zone. A vulnerability analysis for the facility will provide an estimate of the delay time for each barrier and identify potential penetration paths. The level of protection provided by different zones need not be the same. For our example, each zone has volume and perimeter penetration sensors, and assessment components. Minimum penetration delay times for each barrier 2 and volume in our example facility (Figure 2) are typical.
It is postulated that this outer coaxial field excites a surface wave on the boundary between the air and the burial medium. This surface wave is illustrated in cross sectional view in Figure 3. This wave decays exponentially with height above the burial medium and propagates with a forward tilt angle. The forward tilt angle and the exponent of the decay factor increase with the losses in the burial medium. Hence, one can expect the field to decay more rapidly and at an increased tilt angle for a heavy clay medium than for a dry sand medium.
Advances in Security Technology. Selected Papers of the Carnahan Conferences on Security Technology 1983–1985 by Romine Deming