WIT Press


Computer Aided Design Of Radar System Spatial Structures

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/HPSM040671

Volume

76

Pages

7

Published

2004

Size

550 kb

Author(s)

W. Kołosowski, M. Wnuk, B. Orliński & R. Dufrene

Abstract

One of the most important problems that must be solved while planning the arrangement of radiolocation stations is that of placement in order to ensure the early detection of flying objects and to prevent work disturbances. Information about where to place a disturbance transmitter or a radio recognizing station in order to efficiently disturb the work of radio systems is crucial. Because of the special nature of radio wave propagation, the efficiency of disturbance or rather the efficiency of detection depends not only on the distance between the receiving station and the disturbance transmitter but also on the form and coverage of the surface on the propagation road. Research of various models of radio wave propagation has been conducted in the MUT. Such models are the main part of the software used to pr

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