The concepts of passive radar have been known since the 1930s, however the realisation of practical systems has only recently become viable as technology has matured, allowing real time processing of the received data.
Real time processing and widespread digital broadcast coverage are enabling a coming of age for passive radar surveillance capabilities. Today, passive radar systems can provide real-time situational awareness of the air, land, maritime and space domains.
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