Artificial satellites, Guided missiles, Tracking, Tracking radar
This report describes the study of a new approach to resolve pulse radar range bin ambiguity problem. The nature and the cause of the problem are discussed, and various methods presently used to solve this problem are presented. The report points out the disadvantages of these methods and, thus, introduces a new approach to resolve the radar range bin ambiguity problem by examining the reasonableness of the trajectory of the object being traced. Necessary algorithm and computer programs to support the study are given in Appendices I, II, and III.
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Schrader, George F.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
vi, 47 pages
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Artificial satellites -- Tracking, Guided missiles -- Tracking, Tracking radar
Yee, Donald Shue, "Feasibility Study of a New Approach to Resolve Radar Range Bin Ambiguity" (1972). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 39.
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Schrader, George F. [LC]