Fundamentals of Multisite Radar Systems: Multistatic Radars and Multistatic Radar Systems

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CRC Press, Sep 16, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 492 pages
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This is an original and comprehensive monograph on the increasingly important field of Multistatic Radar Systems. The material covered includes target detection, coordinate and trajectory parameter estimation, optimum and suboptimum detectors and external interferences. The practical problems faced by those working with radar systems are considered - most algorithms are presented in a form allowing direct use in engineering practice, and many of the results can be immediately applied to information systems containing different types of sensors, not only radars. This book is the revised international edition of Chernyak's renowned Russian textbook.
 

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Contents

Radar Cross Section RCS of Targets
32
Maximum Range and Coverage
64
Models for Signals and Interferences Optimization Criteria
89
Optimum Target Detection in Active MSRSs in
112
Decentralized Target Detection in a Background
160
Detection of Stochastic Signals in Passive MSRSs in
188
Target Detection in Active MSRSs in a Background
219
Adaptive Cancellation of NoiseLike External Interferences
261
Target Position and Velocity Estimation from Plots
339
Chapter l2 Maximum Attainable Accuracy of Temporal Parameter
365
Chapter l3 Doppler Frequency Measurement of Fluctuating Signals
382
Chapter l4 Resultant Target Coordinate Measurement Using
413
Chapter l5 Target Tracking by MSRSs Principles of Interstation Plot
438
References
463
Index
473
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Chapter l0 Target Detection in Clutter by MSRSs
291

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