Radar Signal Processing And Adaptive Systems / Edition 2

Radar Signal Processing And Adaptive Systems / Edition 2

by Ramon Nitzberg
     
 

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… See more details below

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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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781580530347
Publisher:
Artech House, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/31/1999
Series:
Radar Library Series
Edition description:
2ND
Pages:
364
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
1Radar System Fundamentals1
2Waveforms and Matched Filtering79
3Antennas109
4Target Detection in Noise143
5Target Detection in Clutter155
6Sidelobe Canceler (SLC)207
7Constant False Alarm Rate Processors241
8Multiple Sidelobe Cancelers267
9Signal-to-Interference Plus Noise Ratio Maximization291
10Super-Resolution313
11Polarization Rejection of Clutter327
About the Author335
Index337

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