This paper describes methods used for high range resolution processing (6.1 km for 3 frequencies per 100 kHz) of the same raw data including superior radio frequency interference rejection.
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Latest scientific publications
The Australian Federal Police (AFP), Facial Identification - Specialist Operations Branch, commissioned the Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group to develop and deliver a training course for staff working in the forensic facial comparison domain.
This report details an experimental comparison between the performance of conventional electrical resistance foil strain gauges and a commercially available fibre optic distributed strain measurement system based on Rayleigh scattering.
The widely studied generic submarine hull form SUBOFF is used to benchmark the use of the Australian Maritime College's cavitation tunnel for hydrodynamic measurements on submarine models in this report.
In this report, a calibration of the pressure rings in the DST Group Research Wind Tunnel was performed for an empty test section and with an elevated ground plane installed.
In this report a side-by-side comparison with in-service CRP, a nutrient optimised modular MA CRP design is fielded with dismounted infantry personnel to assess fitness-for-purpose and utilisation over a 6–day use period.
This report documents a literature review of the methods associated with embedding a JVM into a Field Programmable Grid or Gate Array (FPGA).
This report is the result of a scoping study undertaken as part of an Australian Department of Defence Next Generation Technologies Fund (NGTF) project entitled Adversarial Machine Learning for Cyber- Security (AMLC).
This technical note describes how to interpret those parameters to produce an electron density profile at any place and time by defining the ten parameters in use, and the rules used to construct six quasi-parabolic segments (QPS) that combine to produce a robust, complete, and flexible representation of the overhead electron density profile, eN(z).
This paper describes a new fully automatic data driven real-time model of the morphology of Es, and describes the associated expected propagation characteristic that should reduce the need for manual intervention. It has been adapted to work with JORN ionospheric sounder data in real time and tested with years of data.