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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2017;20(6):822-834.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2017.20.6.822   
A Radar Performance Model for Mission Analyses of Missile Models
Jingyu Kim, S.H. Arman Woo
The 1st Research and Development Institute, Agency for Defense Development
유도무기 임무 분석을 위한 레이더 성능 모델
김진규, 우상효
국방과학연구소 제1기술연구본부
In M&S, radar model is a software module to identify position data of simulation objects. In this paper, we propose a radar performance model for simulations of air defenses. The previous radar simulations are complicated and difficult to model and implement since radar systems in real world themselves require a lot of considerations and computation time. Moreover, the previous radar simulations completely depended on radar equations in academic fields; therefore, there are differences between data from radar equations and data from real world in mission level analyses. In order to solve these problems, we firstly define functionality of radar systems for air defense. Then, we design and implement the radar performance model that is a simple model and deals with being independent from the radar equations in engineering levels of M&S. With our radar performance model, we focus on analyses of missions in our missile model and being operated in measured data in real world in order to make sure of reliability of our mission analysis as much as it is possible. In this paper, we have conducted case studies, and we identified the practicality of our radar performance model.
Key Words: Radar Model, Performance Model, Missile Model, Mission Analysis, M&S, Guided Missile Simulation
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