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Principles of High-Resolution Radar

Principles of High-Resolution Radar

By (author): August W. Rihaczek
Copyright: 1996
Pages: 466
ISBN: 9780890069004

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The development of radar resolution theory is examined in this text. Key topics include the capabilities and limits of radar, the details of radar design, fundamentals of waveform analysis, pulse compression waveforms, coherent pulse trains and detection clutter.
Fundamentals of Waveform Analysis. Single-Target Measurements. Resolution in a Matched-Filter Radar. Resolution Theory for Targets with Constant Range Rate. Pulse Compression Waveforms. Linear FM Waveforms. Coherence Pulse Trains. Radar Mapping of Distributed Targets. Target Detection in Clutter. Extensions of Resolution Theory. Waveforms for Simplifier Doppler Processing. An Example - Synthetic Aperture Radar.
  • August W. Rihaczek August W. Rihaczek is vice president of MARK Resources, Inc. in Torrance, California. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Munich.
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