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Revisiting VOR transmitters : MIMO passive radar using legacy infrastructure

Abstract : VOR is a well-known system used for the routing of aircrafts worldwide. The system is also worth to provide two interesting properties, first to serve as donor to passive radar, second to provide a specific space coding, used for the navigation and that will be precisely explored to localize targets detected in a passive radar mode. VOR is also interesting as it operates in the lower VHF band, a frequency band highly coveted for its counter stealth properties and high detectability of air targets. The paper addresses the potential of this kind of transmitter, considered solely and also in a multistatic configuration.
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Sylvain Azarian, Marc Lesturgie. Revisiting VOR transmitters : MIMO passive radar using legacy infrastructure. 2014 International Radar Conference , SEE, Oct 2014, Lille, France. ⟨10.1109/RADAR.2014.7060414⟩. ⟨hal-01104392⟩

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