Chapter 5 - Radar Resource Management for Networked Radars rights and content


This chapter proposes coordinated radar resource management (RRM), which exploits the sharing of tracking and detection data between radars and compares its performance with that of Independent RRM. Two types of coordinated RRM using distributed management techniques are proposed, with each type characterized by varying amounts of coordination between the radars. In the simulation tool Adapt_MFR, a 2-radar network and 30-target scenario are modeled, and the performance of the two Coordinated RRM techniques are compared with that of Independent RRM. Results show that Coordinated RRM techniques achieve the same track completeness as Independent RRM, while decreasing track occupancy and frame time.

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