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ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF INFORMATION SUPPORT BY AIR RADAR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS

Володимир Андрусевич, Іван Обод

Abstract: The paper pays attention to the consideration of the structure of user's information support of the airspace control system at the stage of primary information processing by the joined radar system. This system includes a primary and identification surveillance system, which allows considering the overall structure as a single synchronous network of surveillance information systems. Such a structure can be characterized by an overall integrated quality indicator of the information support of the airspace control system. Such a quality indicator can be the probability of information support, which is the product of the probabilities of correct detection of an air object by the primary radar and identification system on the basis of "friend-foe" and the probability of comparing the coordinate information of primary radar systems and identification systems. This approach allows changing the model of combining information for primary radar systems and identification systems so as to take into account the estimated coordinates of the air object by both information systems due to the weight combination of coordinates of air objects. The calculation of the coordinates of air objects according to the information of the primary radar systems and identification systems allows improving the quality of information support for decision makers in the air traffic control system.
Keywords: structure / radar systems / information support / identification / primary radar / air object / information of primary / model

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