Multifunction Array Radar
This definitive book supplies the information needed to specify and design a multifunction array radar system. With minimal mathematics, the book shows how radars smaller in aperture and power can meet demands formerly conceived for the larger rotating and phased array radars.
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DEFINING THE MFAR
SPECIFYING AN MFAR
RADAR SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
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achieve adaptive array analysis antenna design antenna gain aperture application assumed average power bandwidth beam position beam spacing beam steering beamformers beamwidth cancellers clutter processing control processor cost coverage cumulative probability data rate defined detection range diode ECCM effect elements elevation beam EMCON energy levels environment Equation error false alarm ferrite filter frame frequency steering function Graceful degradation instrumental range interleaving jammers jamming large number maximum range MFAR monopulse multiple noise number of beams number of targets operation optimal parameters path losses phase shifter phased array radar power budget power consumed power required presented probability of detection radar design radar equation radiated sample scan angle search and track search fence search rate segments selection shown in Figure sidelobes signal processor signal-to-noise ratio specified Table techniques threat tion track rate trade-offs transmitter tube user system utilization velocity waveforms weapon