During Bravo Test different message types for multiple platforms with an Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) system are both transmitted and received.
The goal of Bravo Test is to test the accuracy and timeliness of messages transmitted and received.
For example, during Bravo Test the average system load during the transmission of a message may be measurable, but it may not be a variable that is directly controllable.
Example Factors to during Bravo Test be varied Controllable Variables Settings During Test lEE (Identification, Friend, or Foe) Range 0-5 Message types UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32 (UTE = Unicode Transformation Format) Producing or Consuming Platforms A, B, C, D
For Bravo Test, a full factorial design with four replicates is selected to support the goals of testing the accuracy and timeliness of messages transmitted and received.
A full factorial design is appropriate for the needs of Bravo Test.