Adaptive Estimation of Line-of-sight Rate Measurement from a Radio Frequency Seeker
Keywords: RF seeker, missile guidance, miss-distance, guidance, control, line-of-sight rate measurement, LOS rate estimation, tactical missile, guidance command computation, homing phase guidance
AbstractThe line-of-sight (LOS) rate output from a radio frequency (RF) seeker is widely used during the homing phase guidance of a tactical missile: The LOS rate is noisy and needs to be filtered.
The application of an adaptive Kalman filter for the L.OS rate state estimation has been studied. This filter requires minimal a priori knowledge about technical parameters of the seeker. It is
also capable of estimating the variable noise statistics.
How to Cite
Tapas, A., Rao, V., & Prabhakar, N. (2005). Adaptive Estimation of Line-of-sight Rate Measurement from a Radio Frequency Seeker. Defence Science Journal, 55(3), 307-312. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.55.1994
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