SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE PASSIVE AND ACTIVE RADAR SYSTEMS MULTIPLEXING

V. M. Sineglazov, R. L. Pantyeyev, V. N. Tkachenko

Abstract


This paper deals with the unmanned aerial vehicles detection, identification and coordinatescalculation approaches that can be used in the complex systems “passive radar-altimeter” and “passiveradar-active radar”. The mathematical apparatus of the task solution in the redundancy conditions onthe quadratic functional minimization basis is taken into account, justification of the considered methodof the coordinates determination is given. Imitating modeling of the coordinates determination is executed

Keywords


Passive radiolocation complex; detection; identification; coordinates calculation,quadratic functional; redundant information

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