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Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Emerging Technologies, 2005.
Emitter Recognition is the problem of classifying the radar type from intercepted radar signals. This capability is crucial for classifying approaching enemy ships and aircrafts. The sensed parameters may vary from their actual or reported values because of man-made variations in the form of agility or staggering. Another cause of variation could be dispersion because of atmospheric effects and equipment noise. Associating the measured radar parameter set with a know sighting is a patterndoi:10.1109/icet.2005.1558881 fatcat:znyh3cndsjbjnm3sj3nqe6iuri