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Radar synthetic vision system for adverse weather aircraft landing

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4 Author(s)
F. Sadjadi ; Lockheed Martin Corp., St. Anthony, MN, USA ; M. Helgeson ; M. Radke ; G. Stein

A synthetic vision system (SVS) is described for aid in landing aircraft in poor weather conditions. The system consists of a scanning millimeter wave radar, heads-up display and real-time signal processing hardware. A suite of fast image processing algorithms are used for enhancing and displaying of the imagery. The system has been tested in number of tower and flight demonstration during actual adverse weather conditions. The significance of the work is in both system demonstration of the overall concept and the novelty of its signal processing algorithms

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IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 1 )