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Due to their random nature, some information on the spatial and temporal probability distributions of these parameters may also be needed. 1 Sea waves The amplitudes of waves are generally described by a single parameter : the sea state. The sea states are given numbers from 0 to 9, each of which corresponds to certain ranges of wave heights. Since waves are generated by winds either within the area or distance from the area, it is possible to relate sea states to wind speeds as indicated in Fig.

When surface ducts exist, they can have an important modifying effect on the detection performance of land based radars. 12]. The experimental evidence indicates that in open seas where the sea temperature and meteorology vary relatively slowly with range, evaporation surface ducts can persist for several hours and may extend for hundreds of kilometers with almost constant duct height. 9]. From a system design point of view, the importance of ducting phenomenon is that it will result in unpredictable changes in sensor detection performance.

F: ... . .. ··· ·· ... .. . ... · .. ... ··· ···... ... .... ·· · ... .. 4 TIMMS Configuration, Communication Links and Data Flow e) t) FUR (Forward Looking IR) and LLTV (Low Level TV) carrying RPV's (Remotely-controlled Pilotless Vehicle) for target detection and identification. The heart of TIMSS is the fusion centre (centres) where the data coming from the various sensors and other sources are filtered, correlated and fused to produce the best estimate of the position, velocity, classification and identification of all the maritime traffic (recognized surface picture) in the areas of interest.

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