Corpus ID: 1971943

Advances in Primary-Radar Technology

@inproceedings{Stone2007AdvancesIP,
  title={Advances in Primary-Radar Technology},
  author={M. L. Stone and Anderson},
  year={2007}
}
Current primary radars have difficulty detecting aircraft when ground clutter, rain, or birds interfere. To overcome such interference, the Moving Target Detector (MTD) uses adaptive digital signal and data processing techniques. MTD has provided the foundation for a new generation ofprimary radars called Airport Surveillance Radar-9 (ASR-9). In addition to achieving near-optimal target-detection performance, ASR-9 also prOVides timely weather information. The Federal AviationAdministration… Expand
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Efficient Methods of Clutter Suppression for Coexisting Land and Weather Clutter Systems
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Background and Operational Mission
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