Design of multi-frequency CW radars
This book deals with the basic theory for design and analysis of Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) radar systems. The design of one such multi-frequency high resolution LPI radar, PANDORA, is covered. This work represents the first time that the topic of multi-frequency radars is discussed in such detail and it is based on research conducted by the author in The Netherlands. The book provides the design tools needed for development, design, and analysis of high resolution radar systems for commercial as well as military applications. Software written in MATLAB and C++ is provided to guide the reader in calculating radar parameters and in ambiguity function analysis. Some radar simulation software is also included.
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Fundamentals of CW Radar
Radar Waveforms and Processing
The Radar Ambiguity Function
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achieve ambiguity function amplifier amplitude antenna Appendix Barker code beat frequency Center frequency Chapter chirp clutter coherent compression contour plot correction filter correlation Courtesy IRCTR CW radars detection discussed Doppler shift energetic range equation FM noise FMCW radar Frank code frequency modulated frequency step group delay guard band Hamming weighting Hence IEEE input instrumented range leakage Length 16 LFM signal LFM waveform linear Marker matched filter maximum measured mixer msec noise figure nonlinearity oscillator output PACF Pandora Pandora radar parameters phase noise phase-coded signals processor pulse radars range FFT range profile range resolution range-Doppler coupling received signal receiver frequency resolution Reprinted with permission round-trip delay samples/sweep sampling rate sequence shown in Figure side lobes sidebands signal processing spectral width spectrum sweep bandwidth target Doppler target range target returns velocity waveform zero