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Basic Radar Analysis

Basic Radar Analysis

Copyright: 2015
Pages: 758
ISBN: 9781608078790

This authoritative new resource presents fundamentals of radar analysis including the range equation, detection theory, ambiguity functions, antennas, receivers, SP, and chaff analysis for modern radars. This book addresses details behind the detection probability equations and origins radar engineers commonly use to perform signal processor analyses. This book consolidates discussions of receiver design and analysis and treats areas of digital receivers not commonly found in other books. Packed with details on how to perform radar range equation and detection analyses, RCS modeling, ambiguity function generation and antenna pattern generation. This book also includes detailed analyses of coherent and non-coherent integration, design and analysis of analog and digital receivers, stretch processor implementation and SAR signal processor implementation. This resource also covers Basic STAP implementation and analysis as well as SLC design and implementation. This new resource is intended as a text for a series of courses in radar and as a theory and practice reference for practicing radar engineers. Software Included: This book is accompanied by MATLAB files on CD.
Radar Basics; Radar Range Equation; Radar Cross-section; Noise, Radar Losses; Detection Theory; Matched Filters; Improvement Techniques; Ambiguity Function; Other Waveform Coding; Stretch Processing of LFM Waveforms; Phased Array Antenna Basic; Signal Processor Analysis; Receiver Configurations.
  • Mervin C. Budge Mervin C. Budge has spent much of his career as the chief scientist of Dynetics, Inc. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama, Huntsville, where he teaches courses in radar, signal processing, and Kalman filters. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University.
  • Shawn R. German Shawn German works as a senior principal engineer at Dynetics. His areas of expertise include simulation and modeling, phased arrays, radar receivers, advanced signal processing, and detection theory. He received his M.S. and B.S. in electrical engineering from Mississippi State University.
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