Radar array processing

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Springer-Verlag, 1993 - Science - 317 pages
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Radar Array Processing presents modern techniques and methods for processingradar signals received by an array of antenna elements. With the recent rapid growth of the technology of hardware for digital signal processing, itis now possible to apply this to radar signals and thus to enlist the full power of sophisticated computational algorithms. Topics covered in detail here include: super-resolution methods of array signal processing as applied to radar, adaptive beam forming for radar, and radar imaging. This book will be of interest to researchers and studentsin the radar community and also in related fields such as sonar, seismology, acoustics and radio astronomy.

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Overview By S Haykin J Litva and T J Shepherd
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Radar Target Parameter Estimation with Array Antennas
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Nickel Ulrich
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Simon Haykin is University Professor and Director of the Adaptive Systems Laboratory at McMaster University.