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wrote on the Chapters: Desert Sun Roost wall: AOC Presentation Thursday, Aug 14 at 1700 (5 pm) Topic: 3D TDOA (Time Difference of Arrival) Geolocation AOC Webinar presented by Marty Mosier (GM of CRFS Inc.) (Complimentary food and beverages) Come join us! TDOA (Time Difference of Arrival) geolocation, also known as multilateration, is a well-known and highly effective technique for accurate localization and tracking of RF emitters. The technique is employed widely in EW applications including locating enemies in the battlefield. Most of these applications have traditionally been restricted to 2D TDOA where sensors and targets are ground-based. The growing threat from UAVs has prompted an increased interest in techniques to geolocate emitters in three dimensions. Emerging threats are not restricted to high-end military UAVs in the battlefield. The use of commercial small UAV (sUAV) or drones is growing exponentially with ever increasing concerns for unintentional intrusion into secure military facilities, deliberate intrusion to create nuisance or conduct surveillance, interference with commercial and general aviation aircraft, and the use of low cost commercial drones to carry explosives. Simulations will be presented discussing how sensor placement affects system geolocation accuracy, including the effect of adding airborne and mobile sensors. GTRI Tucson Field Office 6451 S. Country Club Road, suite 131 (NE corner Valencia & Country Club -behind Baggins) This event is unclassified & Open to non AOC members RSVP Requested: desertsun.aoc@outlook.com
Posted Friday, November 8, 2019
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