Interpreting RF Radiation from Interceptor/Targets for Missile Kill Assessment
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ENIG ASSOC., INC. (Currently Enig Associates, Inc.)
12501 Prosperity Drive, Suite 340, Silver Spring, MD, 20904
D. John Pastine
AbstractDistant high intercept speed (>Mach 7) collisions between missiles produce RF radiation which if detectable by sensors could produce information about the impact and post-impact stages if the radiation signatures were interpretable. But this can onlyoccur with the aid of a physical model that relates the physical states of the radiation source to the resutling radiation at the observer (sensor), i.e., the solution of a
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