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Tracking multiple manoeuvering targets in a network of passive radars

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2 Author(s)
Baltes, R. ; Forschungsgesellschaft fur Angewandte Naturwissenschaften e.V., Wachtberg-Werthoven, Germany ; van Keuk, G.

This paper addresses the problem of tracking multiple targets in a net of passive (angle only) 2D- of 3D-radar (azimuth or azimuth and elevation). No decentralised local bearing tracks are built, but measurements are fused on a central level. No signal or signal following information is used. We assume multiple coverage, high probability of detection and consider resolution conflicts of data and false alarms. A basic algorithm used to process asynchronous decentralised bearings is given. An algorithm for a full online tracking system with track initiation and deletion is described. Its central part is the global deghosting algorithm. It inherently works as the global (space/time) data for the track assignment algorithm. Simulation results of a dynamic scenario are given

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Radar Conference, 1995., Record of the IEEE 1995 International

Date of Conference:

8-11 May 1995