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kneecaps wrote:Presumably direction is determined by triangulation from different sensors...how is range to a contact determined?
Is detected signal strength for a known radar platform analysed to determine a range estimation?
habu2 wrote:The fact of the matter is that the RWR display does not indicate range to a threat. The distance from the center of the RWR display to a threat icon is a representation of threat lethality, not range. Lethality is usually a measure of the detected signal which, of course, is a function of range but there are obviously other factors.
FlightTestJim wrote:The drawback was, that the aircraft needed many more antennae (VHF, UHF, et al), and signal processors, so it could actually determine where the radio signals actually originated (much like I described above).
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