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Title: Testing and Evaluating of the Optoelectronic Equipments in Extreme Environmental Conditions
Author(s): Daniel Lapadat               

Abstract: In the effort of ensuring defense and security, the military equipment, functionality, roughness, and long time response and comportment have a very important role. This paper is an overview of applicable documents in Romania and analyzes environmental testing guidelines set by NATO for military equipment

Keywords: test, equipment, environmental, climatic, materiel.

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