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DARPA continues long-range surveillance research

6th September 2013 - 13:12 GMT | by Jonathan Tringham in London

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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Trex Enterprises a contract for the Military Imaging and Surveillance Technology Long-Range (MIST-LR) programme, it was announced 4 September.

The contract for phase 2 of the MIST-LR programme, valued at $23 million, aims to develop new computational imaging techniques for ‘beyond-the-diffraction-limit’ imaging.

The new methodology will utilise advanced synthetic-aperture imaging, digital holography, multi-static laser radar, and angle-resolved imaging based on light transport analysis. 

These techniques will provide high resolution imagery from available apertures, facilitating target identification missions at extended ranges, as well as supporting operations in denied environments.

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Jonathan Tringham is a former Shephard staff reporter based in the UK. Jonathan worked in …

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