Radar Signal Processing And Adaptive Systems / Edition 2by Ramon Nitzberg
Pub. Date: 05/31/1999
Publisher: Artech House, Incorporated
A valuable resource for radar engineers and managers of all levels, this revised edition provides an introduction to the capabilities and limitations of radar, as well as a detailed advanced study of key radar signal processing topics. The book explains the concepts and theory of radar signal processing such as resolution, ambiguities, antennas, waveforms, the theory of detecting targets in noise and/or clutter, and tracking using data processing. It also presents equations for the determination of maximum radar range in free space and as affected by multipath and the horizon.
Table of ContentsContent Highlights: Radar System Fundamentals. Detection of Targets in Clutter. Transmit Waveforms. Waveforms and Matched Filtering. Fourier Transforms. The LFM Pulse. Very Wideband LFM Waveforms. Line Antenna. Planar Antenna. Linear Phased Array. Sidelobe Reduction Weighting. Target Detection in Noise. Target Detection in Clutter. Clutter Discriminants. Doppler Filtering Techniques. A/D Quantization Affects. Doppler Filter Banks. Sidelobe Canceller (SLC). Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) Processor. Clutter Map CFAR. Multiple Sidelobe Cancellers. Signal-To-Interference-Plus-Ratio Maximization. Super-Resolution. Array Angle Resolution. The BURG Algorithm. Polarization Rejection of Clutter. Reflective Wave Polarization.
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