A SIMULATION APPROACH IS PROPOSED TO DETERMINE THE DEGRADING EFFECTS OF MICROJAMMERS, POSITIONED IN THE GROUND, ON ABM RADARS.

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Agency:
Department of Defense
Branch
Air Force
Amount:
$75,680.00
Award Year:
1985
Program:
SBIR
Phase:
Phase I
Contract:
n/a
Award Id:
2169
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2169
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Principal Investigator:
DR ALFRED J BOGUSH JR
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Abstract
A SIMULATION APPROACH IS PROPOSED TO DETERMINE THE DEGRADING EFFECTS OF MICROJAMMERS, POSITIONED IN THE GROUND, ON ABM RADARS. UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE PROPOSED WORK INCLUDE THE USE OF GAUSSIAN FIELD EXPAN-SIONS TO DESCRIBE NEAR/FRESNEL/FAR FIELD DISTRIBUTIONS OR PATTERNS. ALSO UNIQUE IS THE DESCRIPTION OF IRREGULAR TERRAIN FEATURES AND RESULTING SCATTERED SIGNALS IN TERMS OF FRACTAL MATHEMATICAL MODELS. A PROBLEM FORMULATION AND CONCEPTUAL ALGORITHM DESIGN EFFORT IS PROPOSED WITH A PLAN INCLUDED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SIMULATION PROGRAM.

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