A computer simulation for the evaluation of fleet air defense employing monostatic and bistatic search radars
Leonhardt, Richard John
Schlegelmilch, Charles Robert
Harrison, D.E. Jr.
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A computer simulation model is developed for use in analysing the Navy's Fleet Air Defense problem. The model provides for employment of monostatic and bistatic search radars in a clear or jamming environment. Use of the model is demonstrated by analysing a hypothetical problem.
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