The identification of objects in active-passive radar systems

O. Popova; S. Razin’kov
June 2008
Measurement Techniques;Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p649
Academic Journal
Abstract  Methods of identifying objects in active-passive radar systems from the results of direction finding and a measurement of coordinates are analyzed and the efficiency of the identification is estimated.


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