Radar Tracker

A radar tracker is a component of a radar system, or an associated command and control (C2) system, that associates consecutive radar observations of the same target into tracks. It is particularly useful when the radar system is reporting data from several different targets or when it is necessary to combine the data from several different radars or other sensors.

Read more about Radar Tracker:  Role of The Radar Tracker, General Approach, Plot To Track Association, Track Initiation, Track Maintenance, Track Smoothing, Nonlinear Tracking Algorithms, See Also

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Radar Tracker - See Also
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