Multifunction Radar Resource Management

@inproceedings{Miranda2007MultifunctionRR,
  title={Multifunction Radar Resource Management},
  author={S.L.C. Miranda and Chris J. Baker and Karl Woodbridge and Hugh Griffiths},
  year={2007}
}
  • S.L.C. Miranda, Chris J. Baker, +1 author Hugh Griffiths
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • Electronic scanning is set to become the norm for future radar systems. This brings about many advantages such as the ability to re-point the radar beam at will, to dwell in order to optimize detection, tracking, and classification, and to adjust spatial sensitivity to cope with sources of interference. It is nowthe radar that has to make many of the decisions previously carried out by a human, and this must be done on much faster and possibly pulseby-pulse basis. This therefore gives rise to… CONTINUE READING

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