Resonance and Aspect Matched Adaptive Radar (Ramar)
The book describes a new form of radar for which the target response is frequency, i.e., resonance-dependent. The book provides both prototype designs and empirical results collected from a variety of targets. The new form of radar, called RAMAR (Resonance and Aspect Matched Adaptive Radar) advances radar OCo mere ranging and detection OCo to the level of RF spectroscopy, and permits an advance of spectroscopic methods from optical, through infra-red and into the RF spectral range. The book will describe how a target''s response can be a function of frequency components in the transmitted signal''s envelope as well as the signal''s carrier.
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AMBIGUITY F antenna aspect independent autocorrelation average bandwidth CFEF conventional FT convolution corner reflector Correlations elicited equation ESSM FOURIER TRANSFORM 0.25 FRAC FOURIER TRANSFORM fractional Fourier transform frequency marginal FRFT FT power spectrum Hertz Huachuca Canyon HUMVEE ASPECT Humvee target ICA Components impulse response Independent Component Analysis Ka-Band lack of coherence linear LTV system MAP REV PULSE MARGINAL SPECTRUM POWER maximum MHz WH0:WH7 Q microwave oven minor resonances Model MTX signals N6 PRX nonlinear normalized amplitude obtained POWER SPECTRUM priori information PRX BARREL SIDE PRX GEN PRX spectra PRXPANEL radar Radon transform resonance features return signal Roof Panels RX signal shown in Fig spectral bands SPECTRUM POWER SPECTRUM subcomponent symmetry target aspect angle target resonances test signal transfer function transmitted signal TRUCK ASPECT Truck target truck TX vector wavelet WH transform WH1 Q WHWFs XA YP