Hi @pascal.parraud, I noticed that you’ve recently written a BistaticRangeRate measurement class.
Coincidentally over the last couple of weeks I’ve written something very similar, as well as a BistaticRange class. I’m happy to contribute what I’ve done for BistaticRange … but before I go through creating the test code for a pull request, I just want to make sure that you aren’t intending to do the same thing.
Hi @markrutten , I don’t intend to add a BistaticRange measurement, so you are welcome to contribute
If you see something that bothers you about the current implementation of the BistaticRangeRate measurement, or if you want to improve it, let me know. Note that I have also added it to the measurement generator.
By the way, I also added a TDOA measurement. If someone is interested in the FDOA measurement … contributions are welcome, I have no plans to add it.
Thanks! Your code looks great! Apart from some small implementation differences, the main difference between what you and I have done is that I multiplied the result by 0.5, similar to the monostatic Range and RangeRate. I think that’s probably a radar thing, which is easy for me to compensate for elsewhere.
Added issue 922 and merge request 263.