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Introduction to Random Functions
The Ideal Receiver
Performance of Radars Equipped with Ideal Receivers
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2nft aerial Afj2 ambiguity amplifier amplitude monopulse antenna assume autocorrelation function axis band calculations centre of reflection classical radar constant correlation corresponding curve defined detection probability distribution of amplitude Doppler effect Doppler frequency duration elementary measurement eliminate energy equiphase surface equivalent echoing area error example false alarm probability Fourier transform frequency modulated gaussian noise given gives hence ideal receiver integration jamming large number Let us consider lobes low-pass filter matched filter maximal maximum mean value zero monopulse radar MTAf noise power non-fluctuating target non-frequency modulated obtain output panoramic radar parasitic peak power phase monopulse plane position probability of 0-5 probability of detection pulse compression pulse compression radar radial speed random function range received signal reception result signal received signal S(t signal-to-noise ratio spectral density spectrum of width standard deviation sub-section target fluctuates threshold top-limiting transmission transmitted signal utilise variable written