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Beam-positioning radar systems utilising continuous scanning techniques

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This paper describes the advantages that accrue from the use of an electronic beam-positioning radar system for both searching and tracking a complex target environment. It is also shown that the principal properties of such a system may be achieved using a radar system with transmitting and receiving beams scanning continuously at different rates. This technique results in the same power-distribution efficiency, but less efficient time utilisation, compared with an ideal beam-positioning radar.

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Electrical Engineers, Proceedings of the Institution of  (Volume:112 ,  Issue: 3 )