TY - GEN

T1 - Analysis of power performance of a muzzle velocity radar

AU - Ka, Min Ho

AU - Vazhenin, N. A.

AU - Baskakov, A. I.

AU - Oh, Chae Gon

PY - 2005

Y1 - 2005

N2 - Measurement of a muzzle missile velocity usually represent Doppler radars. The rating of a muzzle velocity is shaped on the basis of measurement of a missile velocity on various sections of its trajectory. Thus from the point of view of design of a meter and the exact choice of its parameters the rating of a radar maximum operation range has an essential value. The range of action determines an amount of cycles of measurement which can be implemented for one shot so, essentially influences magnitude of an aggregate error of muzzle velocity estimation. In the given type of meters on a maximum operation range except for classical radar factors: transmitted powers, performances of antennas, noise nesses of the receiver, etc., essential effect render geometrical factors, the bound with a mechanical trajectory of shell, and factors, the bound with a breadth of the shell backscattering diagram. As shown in the given paper, the joint registration of all these factors results in appearance of essential limitations on a maximum operation range which are necessary for taking into account at system design of a meter.

AB - Measurement of a muzzle missile velocity usually represent Doppler radars. The rating of a muzzle velocity is shaped on the basis of measurement of a missile velocity on various sections of its trajectory. Thus from the point of view of design of a meter and the exact choice of its parameters the rating of a radar maximum operation range has an essential value. The range of action determines an amount of cycles of measurement which can be implemented for one shot so, essentially influences magnitude of an aggregate error of muzzle velocity estimation. In the given type of meters on a maximum operation range except for classical radar factors: transmitted powers, performances of antennas, noise nesses of the receiver, etc., essential effect render geometrical factors, the bound with a mechanical trajectory of shell, and factors, the bound with a breadth of the shell backscattering diagram. As shown in the given paper, the joint registration of all these factors results in appearance of essential limitations on a maximum operation range which are necessary for taking into account at system design of a meter.

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M3 - Conference contribution

AN - SCOPUS:34147141498

SN - 0780392833

SN - 9780780392830

T3 - 2005 Fifth International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing

SP - 218

EP - 223

BT - 2005 Fifth International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing

T2 - 2005 Fifth International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing

Y2 - 6 December 2005 through 9 December 2005

ER -