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Radar target characteristics

Radar target characteristics

measurements and applications

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radar targets.,
  • Airplanes -- Recognition.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 375-383) and index.

    StatementL. Yu. Astanin ... [et al.] ; translated by Victor Bespalyi.
    ContributionsAstanin, L. I͡U︡.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK6580 .R312 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 389 p. :
    Number of Pages389
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1410894M
    ISBN 100849393248
    LC Control Number93019658

    Radar Systems Page 2 Introducing periodic pulses constrains the radar system as well, since if a target is located beyond a range R u= ct r 2 then the received pulse arrives after the next pulse has already been transmitted, resulting an ambiguity as to which transmit pulse the received pulse was associated with in the rst Size: KB. Radar Workbook Disclaimer: Although the solutions have been plotted out and entered into this manual you SECTION 5 TARGET FALLS OFF RML PRACTICAL EXERCISE THRU most of the time CPA occurs after the target has already crossed your bow! Radar is set at 12/2nm, and 6 minute rule. You are D.I.W. and you are in the File Size: 2MB.

    What is Radar? Physical fundamentals of the radar principle. The basic principle of operation of primary radar is simple to understand. However, the theory can be quite complex. An understanding of the theory is essential in order to be able to specify and operate primary radar systems correctly. target, radar target recognition and identifica-tion temperature, noise test, testing, radar tetrode threshold throughput capability thyristor time tomography, microwave track, trackers, tracking tradeoff trainer, radar

    CurryR˙book 80 Chapter 4 Radar Environment where R is the target range, θ A is the azimuth beamwidth, θ E is the elevation beamwidth, "R is the range resolution, and γ is the anglebetweentheradarline-of-sight(LOS),andthesurface,calledthegrazing angle. For high grazing angles and large range resolution, the range extentFile Size: KB. As shown in figure , the target position with respect to the radar is defined as 60 degrees true, 10 degrees up, and 10 miles distant. The line directly from the radar to the target is called the LINE OF SIGHT. The distance from point 1 to point 2, measured along the line of sight, is called TARGET RANGE.


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