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Passive Covert Radar - Watson Watt's Daventry Experiment Revisited

Dr Paul E Howland

In this lecture, the history of US and UK research in the area of passive covert radar will be explored and some of the key issues and novel processing techniques required to make this technology work will be described. The lecture will be illustrated with examples of real systems and their latest results.

08 April 2004  Communications channel

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In this lecture, the history of US and UK research in the area of passive covert radar will be explored and some of the key issues and novel processing techniques required to make this technology work will be described. The lecture will be illustrated with examples of real systems and their latest results
About the speaker
Paul Howland works as a Principal Scientist at the NATO C3 Agency in The Hague, where he is responsible for the scientific programme of work on surveillance and identification.
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