Adaptive Signal Processing for Radar
Walks the reader through adaptive approaches to radar signal processing by detailing the basic concepts of various techniques and then developing equations to analyze their performance. Finally, it presents curves that illustrate the attained performance.
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Nonadaptive Conventional Receiving Antennas
Sidelobe Canceller SLC
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adaptive doppler adaptive threshold adaptive weight analysis approximately array auxiliary antennas bandwidth beam beamwidth CACFAR carrier frequency CFAR loss CFAR techniques characteristic function circuit coefficient Combining computed constant convergence correlation covariance matrix curves decreases defined delay delay-line canceller denotes depends detection probability difference doppler filter bank doppler frequency effect eigenvalues eigenvectors elements envelope envelope detector equals zero equation estimate evaluated example false-alarm probability gain Gaussian homogeneous environment identical implementation increases input interference power jammer power jamming LMS algorithm magnitude main antenna main-lobe mismatch MSLC multiple narrowband NLMS noise power nonzero normalization voltage Note number of jammers number of reference obtained optimum weight vector output performance phase shift power level probability density function processor pulse QR decomposition random variable ratio reference cells reflector residue power sidelobe signal SINR spectrum statistically independent target detection target-present test cell thermal noise transfer function transmitted unity variance waveform weight value