Civil Aircraft Radar Track Simulation Algorithm Based on 4D Trajectory

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In this paper, we start from the research on the radar simulation technology, adopt a method based on the 4D trajectory module simulation based on the analysis of the advanced technologies abroad and developing status at home. Following detailed descriptions combined with all the major modules, the integrated radar track simulation method is established. Research and implementation of the technology in the field of air traffic control has great practical significance.

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Brendan Gan, Y. Gan and Y. Yu

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514-518

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.905.514

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J. J. Liu et al., "Civil Aircraft Radar Track Simulation Algorithm Based on 4D Trajectory", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 905, pp. 514-518, 2014

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April 2014

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