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Study on the Radar Detection Probability Change Considering Environmental Attenuation Factor
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Study on the Radar Detection Probability Change Considering Environmental Attenuation Factor
Kim, Young-Woong; Park, Sang-Chul;
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The detection field is an important sector of the factors influencing the battle field. Basically, The radar emits a radio wave to perform the detection in the existing way. However, When most existing radars identify target by signal processing to return radio wave, Environmental attenuation factor does not reflected. The radar using this radio wave has got the possibility changing detect result depending on attenuation factor by environmental conditions, The operational problems may arise in a real battle field. Therefore, In this paper, When emitted radio waves were come back, Reflecting the environmental attenuation factor, Experimental attempts to identify the target to enable more accurately.
Radar Equation;Detection of Probability;Environmental Attenuation;Environmental Condition;Environmental Factor;
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