## Principles of Modern Radar Systems |

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### Contents

Signal and Noise The Ideal Receiver | 41 |

Performance of Radar Systems Equipped with Ideal | 65 |

Analysis of the Operating Principles of some Types | 117 |

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ambiguity amplifier amplitude distribution amplitude monopulse antenna approximately assumed autocorrelation function axis azimuth band beam calculations centered CFAR Chapter classical radar clutter constant corresponding curve defined delay line detection probability direction Doppler frequency duration electronic scanning energy equiphase surface error example false alarm probability fixed targets Fourier transform frequency f0 frequency modulated gain gaussian noise given gives Hilbert space ideal receiver intermediate frequency jamming large number lobe matched filter maximum mean value monopulse radar moving target noise power obtained oscillator output signal parasitic target peak power phase shifters plane pulse compression radar cross-section radar systems radial velocity radiant point radiation random function range Rayleigh distribution received signal reception reradiation result Section shown in Fig sidelobes signal at position signal received signal S(t signal-to-noise ratio spectral density spectrum square-wave standard deviation transfer function transmission transmitted signal variable vector wave width zero mean