|Gerard W. Titi
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Abstract The Mountaintop Program is an ARPA/Navy sponsored effort started in 1990 under the Air Defense Initiative to study advanced processing techniques and technologies required to support the missions of next generation airborne surveillance platforms. Central to the effort is a radar measurements program executed from various mountaintop field sites including our current location at the Pacific Missile Range Facility, Hawaii. The program has and continues to collect data to support the evaluation of Space-Time Adaptive Processing algorithms and the characterization and modeling of monostatic and bistatic scattering. This presentation provides an update on the progress of the program and introduces the audience to related activities addressed elsewhere within the ASAP Workshop.
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