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A Study for Assessment of Track Accuracy of Phased Array Radar Associated with α-β Filter
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A Study for Assessment of Track Accuracy of Phased Array Radar Associated with α-β Filter
Shin, Sang-Jin; Kim, Wan-Gyu;
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In this paper, the assessment technique for track accuracy in the phased array radar is proposed. It is assumed that tracking filter to track the target is established in the phased array radar. In order to assess the track accuracy strictly, we should use the real target position data acquired from the special instrument, ACMI(Air Combat Maneuvering Instrument) pod or DGPS(Differential Global Positioning System). However, this method leads to increase the experiment cost and test time. We derive the relationship between the residuals of tracking filter and the standard deviations of range and angle tracking errors which are assigned as track assessment index. The theory of sample variance is introduced in this assessment because track accuracy has to be calculated with many residual samples.
Assessment;Track Accuracy;Tracking Filter;
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