The model of radioelectronic system reliability control effectiveness

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Electronics of Dnipro State Technical University
“Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” National Technical University of Ukraine

The article is concerned with the analytical evaluation data of the effectiveness of the electrodynamic system reliability control. The basis of the consideration is a study of information efficiency of interaction between a radioelectronic system and that of electronic control. The analytical expressions obtained allow the optimal ratio between the reliable and most effective operating mode of control systems to be chosen. The problem of optimal control of reliability of functioning the radioelectronic control system is stated.

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