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MIL-HDBK-1013/1A
4.5.4
Exterior IDS Options for Detection Along Site Perimeter Fences
4.5.4.1
Most Commonly Deployed Sensors.  Table 7 lists a number of exterior
sensors used along fence perimeters.  There are three classes: fence-mounted,
free-standing, and buried sensors.  On-site visits to Navy, Air Force, and
Army facilities disclosed that although all of the sensors shown in Table 7
are utilized by DoD, the following are most common:
o
Fence-Mounted: Strain-sensitive cable on the fence fabric in
combination with a "Y" taut wire on the fence outriggers.
o
In Clear Zone Between Fences:  Ported Coaxial Cable Sensor
(PCCS) or, alternatively, a microwave fence sensor (MFS).
o
Threat Assessment:  Tower guards or CCTV for threat assessment
after one or more of the above sensors have detected the
intrusion.
Table 7
Typical Exterior Sensor Types (Most Commonly Used Sensors are Underlined)
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Fence-Mounted
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1.
Fence Disturbance Sensor - Mercury Switch.
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2.
Strain-Sensitive Transducer Cable.
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3.
Inertia Guard Fence Sensor - Shock Sensors.
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4.
"Y" Taut Wire Sensor (YTWS).
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5.
Vertical Taut Wire Sensor.
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6.
E-Flex Cable.
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7.
E-Field.
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8.
Mechanical Accelerometer.
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Free-Standing at Fence Line
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1.
Microwave Fence Sensor (MFS).
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2.
Infrared Beam.
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3.
Forward-Looking Infrared.
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4.
Pyroelectric Vidicon.
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5.
Infrared Charged-Coupled Device.
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Buried at Fence Line
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1.  Short Ported Coaxial Sensor.
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2.  Ported Coaxial Cable Sensor (PCCS).
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