range rate

range rate

[′rānj ‚rāt]
(electronics)
The rate at which the distance from the measuring equipment to the target or signal source that is being tracked is changing with respect to time.
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Eventually the detection information (relevant range, range rate, angle) the radar geometric model outputs can be easily calculated based on geometric relationships.
However equation (7) is ambiguous since the target's range R and range rate v cannot be determined simultaneously with one frequency ramp and multiple ramps are needed to resolve the range-Doppler ambiguity.
At last, in the whole 2D area there appears one peak of which the position corresponds to the range and range rate of target.
The geometric model described in Section IV outputs the detection information (range, range rate and angle) of the closest PSC to radar of each object detected.
The designed sensing property is [-50,50]m/s for range rate and [0.
For radars that are in motion relative to the target, Equation 1 would be modified by adding the relative range rate of the radar to that of the target.
The system rejects targets with range rates greater than some value, for example, 10 mph, eliminating false alarms caused by ground clutter.
Conclusion Solid chance of finishing in the first three, but Law Of The Range rates as a better value alternative.
A passive infrared tracking sensor has already demonstrated the ability to accurately track kinetic projectiles at range rates and data rates at or near the programme requirements, says the Army Research Laboratory.
In Italy, the Lower and Mid Range rates decreased quite dramatically by 7.
Administrators can set up range rates that will price out at par such as Just Missed Rate, Over Par Additional Profit or Maximum Rebate Amounts.
CM Autocar Walletted Range Rates Book free with this issue; 2.