Radiance and atmosphere propagation-based method for the target range estimation

@inproceedings{Cho2012RadianceAA,
  title={Radiance and atmosphere propagation-based method for the target range estimation},
  author={Hoonkyung Cho and Joohwan Chun},
  booktitle={Defense, Security, and Sensing},
  year={2012}
}
Target range estimation is traditionally based on radar and active sonar systems in modern combat system. However, the performance of such active sensor devices is degraded tremendously by jamming signal from the enemy. This paper proposes a simple range estimation method between the target and the sensor. Passive IR sensors measures infrared (IR) light radiance radiating from objects in dierent wavelength and this method shows robustness against electromagnetic jamming. The measured target… CONTINUE READING

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