DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272708070066
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About solution of problem of construction ship radar of higher precision class for short-range navigation purpose

A. N. Nechiporenko, L. D. Fesenko, G. M. Krivosheeva

Abstract


It is shown, that ship radars of S and X wave bands do not satisfy navigation safety conditions in close, coastal and internal waters, because of insufficient efficiency of precision parameters definition, and, consequently, because of small information capacity. Small value of probe pulse duration (about 70 ns) application allows to obtain high distance resolution, but it does not provide high azimuth resolution, because of some reasons. In this paper we consider one method of objects precision parameters improve by means of Ka or W wave bands radars application.


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