A Survey on Radar Scheduling: An Essential Component for Multifunction Radars

Asım Egemen Yilmaz


Modern radars have electronically-scanned antenna arrays, and are capable of directing their beams in an agile manner. Currently it is possible to perform various functions simultaneously (e.g. surveillance, tracking, and weapon
guidance), which were previously performed by multiple separate traditional radars. On the other hand, such capability yields design complexity and challenges. One of those challenges is utilization of the radar resources in an effective manner. That
is why scheduling of the required tasks in a modern radar system is critical and crucial. In this paper, we try to outline the radar scheduling problem, to identify where it fits mathematically and try to summarize the existing studies in the literature.

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