Application du DCA aux Radars de Surveillances Secondaires

Abstract : – Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) transmits data though two different protocols for their replies, one being a legacy from Second world war. To combet the increasing density of replies, we propose to use an array antenna. The only know algorithm being able to separate both protocols suffer from operational problems, therefore we introduce here a minimization criterion, the Disjoint Component Analysis, that can separate the received mixed replies, as evidentiated by simulations and real data analysis.
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Qiang Zhang, Nicolas Petrochilos, Fabien Belloir, Gaspare Galati. Application du DCA aux Radars de Surveillances Secondaires. GRETSI, Sep 2017, Juan les Pins, France. ⟨hal-01710468⟩

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