Calculate waypoints for a moving plane with a radar
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Miguel Albuquerque on 6 May 2022
Commented: Miguel Albuquerque on 10 May 2022
Hey guys, thanks in advance for reading this.
Probably this is very basic, but im having troubles
I have a surveillance are, defined by AoI( 400 by 400) matrix, so a 2D scenario. A binary matrix, where 1= target, 0= non target. I select the position of the targets.
I want to imagine that a plane is going from AoI(310 0) to AoI(310 400). This plane is at 250m/s and has a radar mounted in it, and imagine this receives the waves at waypoints AoI(310,0),AoI(310,40) ,AoI(310,80),AoI(310,150) and AoI(310,400), taking 20 second in each distance between waypoints.
How sould I define a loop where in each waypoint the radar on the plane, gets the detection of targets and the incident and reflective angles calculated by this:
This cycle is just reading the matrix, identifying the targets( position =1 in matrix) and calculating the angles between the transmitter(8,5) and the receiver(8,15) to the normals to the targets. I want to calculate this cycle for each waypoint of the trajectory where the plane passes.
if AoI(xx,yy) ~= 0 % Target detection
VTransmitter_target=[X_target-X_transmitter Y_target-Y_transmitter]; % Vector transmitter-target
VTarget_receiver=[X_receiver-X_target Y_receiver-Y_target]; % Vector Target-receiver
Matt J on 8 May 2022
Isn't it just
X_transmitter = 310;
Y_transmitter = waypoints(i);
our code from yesterday
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