5 November 1996 Passive position location and tracking based on the extended Kalman filter
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On the topic of the passive position location and tracking, some people have published many papers. In this paper, we will discuss the passive position location and tracking based on the extended Kalman filter. In our experiments, the watching stations are stationary, but the targets are moving. We make the two watching stations work together at first, and obtain the original values for the extended Kalman filter. When the estimating or filtering error of Kalman filter is small enough, then we can make tow stations work separately. So each station can at least track one target. In the end of this paper, we give out some simulation experiment results, from which we can verify the method we proposed.
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Weiping Yang, Weiping Yang, Zhenkang Shen, Zhenkang Shen, Zhiyong Li, Zhiyong Li, } "Passive position location and tracking based on the extended Kalman filter", Proc. SPIE 2845, Radar Processing, Technology, and Applications, (5 November 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.257240; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.257240
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