The news reporters obtained a quote from the research, "However, since false identifications cause immediate danger to friendly forces, the probability of false identification should be reduced as well as the increase in identification accuracy. To cope with this necessity, a new decision category entitled 'unidentified' is introduced based on the variance of the difference in peak-to-peak intervals. Firstly, the successive received signal strength is modelled for a given scan pattern, and then the effects of the position and movement of an ES receiver onto the identification accuracy are examined to analyse the tendency of false identifications. Simulations are included to confirm the effect of the proposed new feature parameter."
According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "By introducing the new parameter, on average 82% of the false identifications are classified into the new decision category instead of incorrectly being classified as a radar scan, whereas only 4% of the correct identifications as a raster scan are classified into the new category."
For more information on this research see: Radar scan pattern analysis for reduction of false identification in electronic warfare support systems. IET Radar Sonar and Navigation, 2014;8(7):719-728. IET Radar Sonar and Navigation can be contacted at: Inst Engineering Technology-Iet, Michael Faraday House Six Hills Way Stevenage,
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