Specification of difficult to test radar performance
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In order to obtain detection range requirement of a new radar system, a computer simulation model is developed to evaluate the capability of the radar in an anti-air defense operation. Since the anti-ship missile is not available for test and evaluation, a technique to specify the performance requirement and design the test and evaluation plane using an airplane is developed. The effects of the propagation environment are also discussed.
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