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    Title: 中共「反介入戰略」(Anti-access Strategies)中北斗衛星的能力虛實
    Other Titles: The PLA Beidou navigation system capability in the implementation of anti-access strategy
    Authors: 李仁傑;Li, Ren-Chieh
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 反介入戰略;北斗衛星;Beidou navigation system;Anti-access strategy;PLA
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:08:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 美國認為共軍為了未來在台海發生戰爭時,為能阻止美軍「介入」台海周邊區域,遂建立共軍的「反介入」戰略,針對美軍弱點發展共軍相對優勢武力的不對稱作戰方式等,以降低美軍「介入」成功機率,並創造成功機會。其中共軍的彈道飛彈、巡弋飛彈及潛艦等不對稱武器而言,衛星導航定位系統更是戰力提升的倍增器,為達此一目的,發展中共自身的衛星導航系統是必要的重要條件之一。

    The U.S. government thinks that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has established the anti-access strategy in order to avoid the U.S. access to China-Taiwan waters for any possible conflict. The asymmetric battle based on China’s comparative advantages of power can also diminish the effect. In spite of the advanced weapons of China’s guided and cruise missiles and submarines, the application of navigation satellite system accelerates its power extension. Therefore, it starts to develop its own system to fulfill goal.

    China has launched the first Bei Dou-1 Satellite in October 2000 and until April 2011; the number of Bei Dou-1 & 2 has increased to twelve. Currently the network has already spread Mainland China and the nearby area. It’s scheduled to cover the whole Asia area next year which achieves its regional effectiveness.

    After obtaining the self-built navigation satellite system, the ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, precision strike weapons, command, control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and joint operations all have significant progress. While confronting with a more mature and delicate PLA’s anti-access strategy, pursuing the long-term stability and future development depends on our cooperation.
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