Radar Detection Models in Computer Supported Naval War Games
ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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The purpose of this paper was threefold. First to introduce basic pulse modulated radar theory while concurrently identifying those analytically descriptive parameters and environmental factors which should be considered in realistic radar detection models. Second, to evaluate the adequacy of the radar detection models found in current and planned computerized naval war games with tactical applications. And finally, if satisfactory radar detection models did not exist in those games, then to suggest a suitable model. Each of the papers three research objectives was achieved. Since none of the radar detection models satisfactorily addressed radar radiation patterns a model was proposed based on a software package developed at the Naval Research Laboratory. In addition, during the course of the research for this paper a requirement for the effective centralized management of computer supported war games development in the U.S. Navy was perceived.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment