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Radar target imaging

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radar cross sections.,
  • Radar targets.,
  • Electromagnetic waves -- Polarization.,
  • Electromagnetic waves -- Scattering.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementW.-M. Boerner, H. Überall, eds.
    SeriesSpringer series on wave phenomena ;, 13
    ContributionsBoerner, Wolfgang M., 1937-, Überall, Herbert, 1931-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK6580 .B62 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 195 p. :
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1084458M
    ISBN 103540577912, 0387577912
    LC Control Number94008274

    the term range in radar first is the so -called slant range and refers to the range along the radar line-of-sight, as shown in Fig. Slant ranges are measured along the line connecting the radar and the object being imaged, often called the target or the scatterer. The second use of File Size: 1MB. This chapter discusses the tomographic approach to target imaging in two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) viewing geometry. Hologram processing by coherent summation of partial components was discussed and the processing algorithms for hologram of complex geometry were by: 1.

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the determination of the detailed properties of an object (size, shape, structure and composition, and also location and speed) from radar echoes returned by it.

Advanced approaches are required for this, and several of recent interest are discussed in this book. Radar imaging, as understood here, involves target recognition, i.e.

the determination of the detailed properties of an object (size, shape, structure and composition, and also location and speed) from radar echoes returned by it. Advanced approaches are required for this, and several of recent interest are discussed in this book.

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Radar Polarimetry: Applications to Radar Systems \/ D. Giuli -- 3. Fine Resolution of Radar Targets \/ H. Uberall -- 4. A Unified Theory of Multidimensional Electromagnetic Vector. Summary: Radar imaging, as understood here, involves target recognition, i.e. the determination of the detailed properties of an object (size, shape, structure and composition, and also location and speed) from radar echoes returned by it.

Advanced approaches are required for this, and several of recent interest are discussed in this book. For the first time, satellite SAR systems, such as RadarSAT-2, TerraSAR-X and ALOS/PALSAR and their imaging configurations, are integrated into the simulation and modeling.

One of the highlights of this book rests at image simulations of hard targets, such as B, B, A Brand: CRC Press. Novel Radar Techniques and Applications: Waveform diversity and cognitive radar and Target tracking and data fusion (Radar, Sonar and Navigation) [Klemm, Richard, Griffiths, Hugh, Koch, Wolfgang] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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It was the plan of this ASI to arrange an interdisciplinary information exchange between radar. Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging (Nato Science Series C:) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by H. Jeske (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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In this paper, a novel synthetic aperture radar (SAR) ground moving target imaging (GMTIm) algorithm is presented within a parametric and dynamic sparse Bayesian learning (SBL) framework.

Atmospheric Effects on Radar Target Identification and Imaging Search within book. Front Matter. But usuallv the radar-to-target path is through the inhomogeneous and turbulent atmo­ sphere and so the absolut limits of the system are very often determined by this atmosphere.

It was the plan of this ASI to arrange an interdisciplinary. Through courses taught internally at the Institute for Defense Analysis, Dr. Roger Sullivan has devised a book that brings readers fully up to speed on the most essential quantitative aspects of general radar in order to introduce study of the most exciting and relevant applications to radar imaging and advanced concepts: Synthetic Aperture Radar (4 chapters), Space-time Adaptive Processing Cited by: Radar-based imaging of aircraft targets is a topic that continues to attract a lot of attention, particularly since these imaging methods have been recognized to be the foundation of any successful all-weather non-cooperative target identification technique.

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– (10) Holographic concepts were successfully introduced in radar imaging by W. Kock who showed that echo signals from a linearly moving target, recorded by the receiver of a coherent continuous pulse radar, were structurally equivalent to 1D by: map-like picture of the area covered by the radar beam.

An imaging radar forms a picture of the observed object or area. Imaging radars have been used to map the Earth, other planets, asteroids, other celestial objects and to categorize targets for military systems.

Non-imaging sensors take measurements in one linear dimension, as opposed to. Based on a detailed analysis of the signal model of the moving target, this thesis focuses on the theories and applications of ground moving target indicator (GMTI) and ground moving target imaging (GMTIm) algorithms in synthetic aperture radar/ ground moving target indicator (SAR/GMTI mode), wide-area surveillance ground moving target indication (WAS-GMTI) mode and frequency modulated.

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