ABSTRACT

Radar Design to Protect Against Surprise   [open pdf - 505KB]

"Technological and doctrinal surprise is about rendering preparations for conflict as irrelevant or ineffective. For a sensor, this means essentially rendering the sensor as irrelevant or ineffective in its ability to help determine truth. Recovery from this sort of surprise is facilitated by flexibility in our own technology and doctrine. For a sensor, this means flexibility in its architecture, design, tactics, and the designing organizations' processes."

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SAND2015-1081
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2015-02
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Sandia National Laboratories: http://www.sandia.gov/
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