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Artech House UK
Basic Radar Analysis, Second Edition

Basic Radar Analysis, Second Edition

Pages: 950
ISBN: 9781630815554
Coming Soon: Available 09/30/2019
List Price: £119.00

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This highly-anticipated second edition of an Artech House classic covers several key radar analysis areas: the radar range equation, detection theory, ambiguity functions, waveforms, antennas, active arrays, receivers and signal processors, CFAR and chaff analysis. Readers will be able to predict the detection performance of a radar system using the radar range equation, its various parameters, matched filter theory, and Swerling target models. The performance of various signal processors, single pulse, pulsed Doppler, LFM, NLFM, and BPSK, are discussed, taking into account factors including MTI processing, integration gain, weighting loss and straddling loss.

 

The details of radar analysis are covered from a mathematical perspective, with in-depth breakdowns of radar performance in the presence of clutter. Readers will be able to determine the nose temperature of a multi-channel receiver as it is used in active arrays. With the addition of three new chapters on moving target detectors, inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) and constant false alarm rate (CFAR) and new MATLAB codes, this expanded second edition will appeal to the novice as well as the experienced practitioner.

Introduction; Radar Basics; Radar Range Equation; Radar Cross Section; Noise; Radar Losses; Detection Theory; Matched Filter; Detection Probability Improvement Techniques; Ambiguity Function; Waveform Coding; Stretch Processing; Phased Array Antenna Basics; Clutter Model; Signal Model; Pulse Signal Processor; Moving Target Indicator (MTI); Moving Target Detector (MTD); Pulsed Doppler Processors; Chaff Analysis; Radar Receiver Basics; Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar Signal Processing; Introduction to Space-Time Adaptive Processing; Sidelobe Cancellation.
  • Mervin C. Budge Mervin C. Budge has spent much of his career as the chief scientist of Dynetics, Inc. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama, Huntsville, where he teaches courses in radar, signal processing, and Kalman filters. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Texas A&M University.
  • Shawn R. German Shawn German works as a senior principal engineer at Dynetics. His areas of expertise include simulation and modeling, phased arrays, radar receivers, advanced signal processing, and detection theory. He received his M.S. and B.S. in electrical engineering from Mississippi State University.
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