Problems of the Statistical Theory of Radar, Volume 1
This book is a monograph on the statistical theory of radar. It consists of two volumes. In the first volume the basic problems of the theory of detection are expounded, in the second--the problems of radar measurements and sev eral problems on target resolution. Methods for analysis and synthesis of radar systems are treated, as are many results and rules obtained by these methods. The book is designed for teachers and those acquainted with the basic aspects of the theories of probability and the theories of random processes. The necessary information from the theory of statistical resolution is given in the book. The book is intended for scientific workers and engineers, those concerned with radar problems, and also for post-graduate students and students of corresponding specialities.
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Chaptor 1 Detection of a Coherent Signal 150
Signals and Interference In Radar
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AGC system amplification factor amplifier amplitude analysis antenna approximation calculation cells ceordinates channels Chapter characteristic function characteristics of detection circuit coherent signal conical scanning connected corresponding cycles decrease dependence determined distributive law Doppler shift duration equal equation false alarm fast fluctuation filter band formula frequency modulation frequency response function of correlation function of indeterminacy incoherent increase integral intermediate frequency interval law of modulation linear magnitude main signal method noise noiso normal obtain optimum processing output of tho parameters passive interferences phase phase detector possible probability problems pulse radar set radar signal random process received signal receiving mechanism reflected signal resolving power rosults scanning signal envelope signal-to-interference ratio signal-to-noise ratio slow fluctuation solution spectral density spectrum statistical statistically independent systems of detection target tho form tho function tho input tho output tho random tho receiver tho signal threshold utilized frequencies voltage width