Introduction to Radar Analysis
Introduction to Radar Analysis outlines the fundamental principles and applications of radar as well as important mathematical derivations - serving as a reference for engineers, technical managers, and students.
This comprehensive book divides into two parts:
Introduction to Radar Analysis acts as an essential stepping stone toward specialized topics - providing a clear, accessible framework of radar fundamentals as well as a thorough study of advanced topics and radar technology issues.
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CONTINUOUS WA VE AND PULSED RADARS
CLUTTER AND RADAR WAVE PROPAGATION
Linear Array Antennas
Computation of the Radiation Pattern via the DFT
MOVING TARGET INDICATOR MTI
ambiguity diagram amplitude antenna gain aperture Assume autocorrelation function azimuth bandwidth Barker code beam width clutter power coefficient Compute corresponding CW radars delay line canceler Denote Doppler ambiguities Doppler frequency Doppler shift equal follows Fourier transform Frank code frequency modulation given grazing angle high PRF illustrated in Fig impulse response input noise input signal integration interval jammers LFM waveform linear main lobe matched filter maximum monopulse noise figure noise power normally plot probability of detection pulse compression pulse width pulsed radar quadrature components radar ambiguity function radar equation radar operating radar receiver radar systems radial velocity random variable range and Doppler range gate range resolution ratio received signal samples scan scatterer shown in Fig side lobe signal x(t single pulse Substituting Eq Swerling target range target returns tion tracking axis transmit and receive unambiguous range voltage wave wavelength yields zero