Advanced Mathematics for Missile Seeker Signal Processing
Final rept. i Jul 1998-31 Dec 2001
RAYTHEON MISSILE SYSTEMS CO TUCSON AZ
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This final report summarizes progress toward accomplishment of contractual objectives during the 42-month period covering Ol July 1998 through 31 December 2001. While somewhat arbitrary, it is convenient to break the contract into two periods of performance. We refer to the first period of performance as the Base Program. It covered 33 months from Ol July 1998 to 3 March 2001 and had a funding level of 2,400,000. The Base Program concentrated on radar signal processing and had an objective of using advanced mathematics to improve radar adaptive array processing AAP. We refer to the second period of performance as the Option Program. It covered 9 months from Ol April 2001 to 31 December 2001 and had a funding level of 640,000. The Option Program concentrated on optical signal processing and had an objective of applying advanced mathematics algorithms developed by various contractors under DARPA DSO ACMP to uncooled JR UCIR sensors.
- Numerical Mathematics
- Antimissile Defense Systems
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment