Multifunction Array Radar: System Design and Analysis
This book details the advantages of MFAR main parameter design and guides you through parameter and performance evaluation procedures. It presents practical design information on combinations of various radar functions, clutter conditions, multipath, and transmitted waveform design when Doppler filters adapted for clutter cancellation.
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account Equation active array analysis antenna aperture antenna gain anti-interference assumed assumptions auxiliary tasks azimuth beam beamwidth blind velocities clear conditions clutter conditions coverage solid angle defined design procedure doppler doppler shift duration elevation equal evaluation Example 4.8 Figure filter fraction of radar free-space increase Klmp maximum MFAR minimum number mrad MTI canceller multipath conditions Noise figure number of pulses number of search Number of tracks obtained parameter design passive array radar cross section radar equation radar parameters Radar task radar time dedicated range interval relation relevant required detection range scan angle scheduling search coverage search pulses search renewal search tasks search-and-track Section sector selection SNRo solution specific steradians Table Taking into account Target characteristics time-on-target track function track tasks transmitted triple MTI update rate waveform wavelength