Modern Radar Systems
This one-of-a-kind book features 536 illustrations (drawn in Maple V) that offer a greater understanding of various waveforms, and other two- and three-dimensional functions, to help you more accurately analyze radar system performance. The effects of pulse shaping on transmitter stability and spectra are discussed - a topic which is becoming more and more important in the age of electromagnetic compatibility. The book addresses the importance of low attenuation and reflection between the main radio frequency blocks, including the use of oversized waveguides for long runs.
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Usual and unusual concepts
Microwave waveguide and transmission line system
Factors outside the radar propagation scattering and clutter
Matched and matching filters
Threshold and detection
Determination of position
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aircraft amplitude antenna pattern aperture function attenuation azimuth bandwidth beam beamwidth canceler Chapter characteristic function clutter cosine curve decibels diagram discrete Fourier transform display Doppler frequency dynamic range echo signals elements elevation angle error example factor false alarm probability false alarm rate frequency modulation gain gamma distribution Gaussian give illumination function input integration intermediate frequency jamming limiting linear lobe loss major signal matched filter maximum measured monopulse moving target indicator noise normally number of pulses output peak phase shift polyphase probability distribution probability of detection pulse compression pulse repetition frequency radiation radio frequency Rayleigh distribution receiver reflector scan scatterer sensitivity time control shape shown in Figure sidelobe levels sidelobes signal processing signal-to-noise ratio spectral leakage spectrum standard deviation surveillance radars Swerling Table tapering functions threshold transmitter pulse values vector voltage wave waveform waveguide wavelength zero