publication . Article . 2019

Detection of the Trajectories of Moving Rectilinearly Air Targets in the Secondary Processing of Radar Information

G. S. Nakhmanson; D. S. Akinshin;
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  • Published: 04 Dec 2019
  • Publisher: St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University LETI
Introduction. The primary functions of secondary processing of radar information are to detect and maintain the trajectories of air targets (AT). The AT trajectory detection can be characterised by the probability of detecting trajectory and average autocapture time. When the target moves, its distance from the radar station changes, leading to a change in the signal/noise ratio and the probability of detecting AT.Aim. To assess the impact of a change in the probability of detection of a straight and evenly moving target at consecutive time intervals of radar observation upon the characteristics of trajectory detection during secondary processing of radar inform...
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free text keywords: auto-trajectory, the average time of detection, dispersion, detection characteristics, Radar, law.invention, law, Remote sensing, Computer science, lcsh:Electronics, lcsh:TK7800-8360
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