aircraft and radar responsiveness
One of the main restrictions on enhancement of modern super-maneuverable interceptor aircraft systems is the discrepancy between responsiveness of onboard radars and their carriers, as well as targets.
In this regard, it is very important to solve the problem of providing sustained high-precision tracking by radar goniometers in an environment where the goniometer’s responsiveness is inferior to responsiveness of the carriers and targets.
In the article a solution is proposed based on the modification of the theory of optimal control algorithms using an integrated optimization. The essence of the modification consists in the transition to the synthesis of control based on tracking error, which can be formalized discrepancy between the dynamic properties of the monitored and controlled processes in the form of measurable disturbances. This approach allows to incorporate the responsiveness discrepancy as an adaptive addition to the control.
An example of radar goniometer with elimination of responsiveness discrepancy between radar and tracked process is studied.