THE USE OF RADARS ONBOARD THE AEROSTATS IN AIR SURVEILLANCE MISSIONS
The military conflicts of the last century revealed the importance of information in the conduct of air force missions regarding the neutralization of objectives that were important for the enemy’s war effort. The need to ensure information support for the decision-making processes resulted in the design of air surveillance systems capable of providing the information required by the structures that specialized in countering of the air force threats. The quality of information provided was influenced by the passive or active air surveillance sensors due to their superior power of detection over long distances and low altitudes.
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