DEFINITION
Multistatic Radar

A radar system with a transmitter and several receivers, all separated. A special case is bistatic radar. An advantage of multistatic radar over monostatic radar is that even if transmitters, which might be detected by the enemy when operating, are attacked, receivers in other locations might not be noticed and might thereby escape attack.

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