Using geometrical symmetries for effective detection of stealth targets


Let us suppose that there is an idealized radio locator with the task to detect a target with the RCS approaching very small values. We suppose the noise of the locator receiver unit to be non-changeable non-zero and data accumulation when using multiple location is not permissible. We also think that the size of the target shining point is negligibly small compared to the “pencil” beam spot. The method of detection and selection of the decision making threshold are considered close to the theoretical optimum.

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