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Multi target tracking simulation in multi function radars

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2 Author(s)
Yaman, M. ; Aselsan A.S Mikrodalga ve Sistem Teknolojileri Grubu, Yazilim Muhendisligi Mudurlugu, Ankara, Turkey ; Efe, M.

Multi function phased array radars are used for ground based air surveillance, air traffic control and ship based air/sea surveillance. These radars perform search and track functions in a volume of 360 degrees in azimuth and needed angle interval in elevation. Since there can be more than one target in the search volume, the problem appears to be a multi target tracking problem. Beam scheduling of phased array radars in a multi target environment, track initiation, track maintenance and track drop mechanisms are presented. Also the problems that are determined with the simulation, and their solutions, are given.

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Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference, 2004. Proceedings of the IEEE 12th

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28-30 April 2004