## Radar signals: an introduction to theory and application |

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### Contents

Optimum Predetection ProcessingMatchedFilter Theory | 18 |

MatchedFilter Requirements for Arbitrary FM Pulse | 34 |

The Radar Ambiguity Function | 59 |

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Radar Signals: An Introduction to Theory and Application Charles Emerson Cook,Marvin Bernfeld No preview available - 1993 |

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ambiguity function amplitude amplitude modulation application approximation bandwidth bridged-T Chapter clutter coded waveform component compressed pulse compressed-pulse constant delay error delay function delay line derived described DiFranco discussed Doppler shift duration effect Equation equivalent error variance estimation example expression factor FM function FM matched-filter FM pulse-compression FM waveform Fourier transform frequency modulation Gaussian group delay IEEE input signal interval large time-bandwidth linear delay linear FM signal matched filter matched-filter output matched-filter response matched-filter signal maximum maximum length sequence mismatch modulation function noise nonlinear FM obtained optimum paired-echo parameters Parseval's theorem peak phase coded phase error phase modulation plane Proc pulse width pulse-compression signals radar signal radar system range sidelobes received signal rectangular envelope resolution response function sequence shown in Fig sidelobe level signal-to-noise ratio spectrum step FM target technique time-bandwidth product tion transmitted ultrasonic values waveform waveform design weighting function yields