Detecting, Tracking, and Identifying Airborne Threats with Netted Sensor Fence

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Today’s technological advances allow for the development of unmanned aerial systems, fixed-wing aircraft, that are small enough and fly low enough to elude conventional radar detection. Such aircraft could carry out chemical, biological, or nuclear attacks, or they could be employed to smuggle drugs or illegal immigrants across the border. This chapter… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shi2012DetectingTA, title={Detecting, Tracking, and Identifying Airborne Threats with Netted Sensor Fence}, author={Weiqun Shi and Gus Arabadjis and Brett Bishop and Peter Hill and Rich Plasse and John H. Yoder}, year={2012} }