DETOUR trials: The mission and its results

Author
Stejskal, Vojtech
Kuschel, Heiner
Brenner, Tateusz
Lamentowski, Leszek
Norheim-Næss, Idar
Samczynski, Piotr
Kulpa, Janusz
Date Issued
2017
Keywords
Sensorer
Radar
Frekvensmodulering
Radar
Telekommunikasjon
Fjernmåling
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12242/843
https://publications.ffi.no/123456789/843
DOI
10.23919/IRS.2017.8008191
Collection
Articles
Description
Stejskal, Vojtech; Kuschel, Heiner; Brenner, Tateusz; Lamentowski, Leszek; Norheim-Næss, Idar; Samczynski, Piotr; Kulpa, Janusz. DETOUR trials: The mission and its results. Proceedings International Radar Symposium 2017 FFI
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Abstract
In this paper DMPAR Evaluation Trials for Operationally Upgraded Radar (DETOUR) and their results for a selected scenario are described. The DETOUR trials were conducted by the SET-195 research task group (RTG) under an umbrella of NATO Science and Technology Organization from September 1 to 4, 2014 as a part of the DMPAR (Deployable Multi-band Passive/Active Radar) algorithms' evaluation process. An idea of DMPAR was to combine active and passive surveillance components in a collocated and distributed net of sensors, which would bring multiple benefits. By focusing on one of the trial scenarios, the paper describes all of them, in a form of the measured data analysis. Beside the trials, positive aspects of the combined active and passive surveillance components are discussed.
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