"The accuracy of target position measurements for an airborne bistatic radar receiver are calculated. Two methods of information measurement are utilized, both of which assume cooperative synchronization between the transmitter and receiver. Gimbal angle errors are incorporated into both methods. The size and orientation of the error ellipsoid about the true target position is found. Loci of constant circular error probable are plotted in a horizontal plane of interest"--Abstract, page ii.
Carlson, Gordon E.
Stuller, John A.
Hicks, Troy L.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 59 pages
© 1988 Robert Kenneth Lynn, Jr., All rights reserved.
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Lynn, Robert Kenneth, "A three-dimensional bistatic radar target position measurement error model" (1988). Masters Theses. 714.
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