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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2014;17(2):248-257.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2014.17.2.248   
Study on the Optimal Location of Low Altitude Air Defense Radar
Kyung-Hyoek Baek, Youngwoo Lee, Hoon Jang
1ROKAF 10th Fighter Wing
2Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
저고도 방공 레이더 최적 배치에 관한 연구
백경혁, 이영우, 장훈
2한국과학기술원 산업 및 시스템 공학과
As observed in the recent war, suppression of enemy air defense operation is one of the major tactics, simultaneously conducted with high payoff target. Specifically, our air defense operation should be properly constructed, since the operating environment of our forces mostly consists with mountainous terrain, which makes detections of the enemy difficult. The effective arrangements of low altitude air defense radars can be suggested as a way of improving the detection capability of our forces. In this paper, we consider the location problem of low altitude air defense radar, and formulate it as an Integer Programming. Specifically, we surveyed the previous researches on facility location problems and applied two particularly relevant models(MCLP, MEXCLP) to our problem. The terrain factor was represented as demand points in the models. We verified the optimal radar locations for operational situations through simulation model which depicts simple battle field. In the simulation model, the performance of optimal radar locations are measured by the enemy detection rate. With a series of experiments, we may conclude that when locating low altitude air defense radars, it is important to consider the detection probability of radar. We expect that this finding may be helpful to make a more effective air defense plan.
Key Words: Radar Location Problem, Low Altitude Air Defense, MCLP, MEXCLP


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