High Resolution Radar Cross-section Imaging
With this book practitioners responsible for analyzing, specifying or evaluating RCS imaging systems will be able to define performance limits using basic physical and mathematical principles. Information on instrumentation systems for acquiring data and two new chapters on applications of new techniques are included. The emphasis of the book is on imaging as applied to radar cross-section measurements. With it the reader will learn how to use the latest techniques to perform RCS imaging in laboratory or outdoor test ranges. This book is suitable for self-study or for use in a short course for practising engineers.
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Fundamental Imaging Concepts
Instrumentation and Signal Processing for RCS Imaging
TwoDimensional Range and CrossRange Imaging
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algorithm amplitude angular antenna applications array autoregressive model axis back projection bandwidth basis functions bistatic complex envelope computational coordinates corresponding cos0 cross cross-range cross-range resolution deblurring discrete doppler processing filtered back projection focused image frequency response function of frequency hologram holography IEEE image reconstructed imaging process impulse response input interpolation inverse irradiated ISAR Levinson recursion limited linear located magnitude matched filter maximum measured data method microwave modulation noise object points object responses one-dimensional optical output peak pixel plot point object point scatterers point-spread function polar pulse radar imaging radial range and cross-range range gate range profiles range resolution range responses range-gated received signal represents rotating object rotation angle round-trip sampled signals samples scanning shown in Figure shows sidelobes signals received spatial frequency spatial spectrum stepped-frequency summation superposition synthetic aperture Synthetic Aperture Radar tomographic transfer function transmitted two-dimensional Fourier transform two-dimensional image unfocused waveform wideband