Combining-SNCR evaluation of dual-models aerial targets’ infrared bands
Received:March 15, 2019  Revised:January 07, 2020  download
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ZHANG Lei Beijing Institute of Tracking and Telecommunication Technology,Beijing ,China rosa1982@163.com 
CHEN Lue Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Shanghai ,China 1041739493@qq.com 
ZHU Han-Lu Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Shanghai ,China zhuhanlu19920@163.com 
RAO Peng Key Laboratory of Intelligent Infrared Perception,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Shanghai ,China peng_rao@mail.sitp.ac.cn 
Abstract:The detection of the aerial targets applied on the space-based platform has the effects of long distance, weak signal of targets, complex background clutters and noises from detectors, therefore, it is extremely important to determine the bands, which might obtain the strongest signal, during the process of detection. The trapezoidal plume and the cone plume simulation model are systematically established, meanwhile an SNCR method combining the signal to noisy ratio(SNR) and the signal to clutter ratio(SCR) is proposed to determine the detection bands. The experimental result shows that, different aerial targets have different SNCR values, but with the same peak value. According to the method mentioned above, bands have been determined and eventually been determined the values as follows: in MWIR band, in which interval is not less than 0.3, in LWIR band, in which interval is not less than 0.3.
keywords:electronic technology  infrared bands  SNRC  aerial targets  dual-models
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