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Introduction

Introduction

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Radar and sonar systems play a key role in many modern defence and civilian sensing applications. They are used to accomplish a large variety of tasks which include the detection and classification of targets, the acquisition of intelligence information, imaging, autonomous navigation and collision avoidance.

Chapter Contents:

  • 1.1 Motivations
  • 1.2 Scope of the book

Inspec keywords: object detection; radar detection; sonar detection; radar imaging; sonar imaging

Other keywords: sonar system; collision avoidance; autonomous navigation; sonar imaging; intelligence information acquisition; radar imaging; targets, detection; radar system; targets, classification

Subjects: Sonar and acoustic radar; Signal detection

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