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2004 International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications, 2004. SPCOM '04.
This paper deals with estimation of Line Of Sight rates and angles of evader with respect to pursuer from available noisy active seeker measurements. During terniinal guidance, on board seeker of pursuer acquires the required measurements which are very noisy, non Gaussian and correlated due to glint, eclipsing and thermal noise. Also there is an aperiodic data loss in the inner gimbal pitch and yaw rate nicasurernent channels due to eclipsing. An Extended Kalman Filter has been used todoi:10.1109/spcom.2004.1458515 fatcat:jvgypye6x5bjtdijj3km7j6ety