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Bistatic radars

Bistatic radars

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This chapter refers to bistatic radars, which are described and analysed in terms of operational requirements and advantages, design aspects and constraints, deployment options, current programmes and future trends. A bistatic radar is one in which the transmitter and the receiver are deployed at two separate locations; either or both of these locations can be changing with time.

Inspec keywords: radar equipment

Other keywords: operational requirements; radar transmitter location; radar receiver location; future trends; operational advantages; current programmes; bistatic radar; deployment options; design constraints

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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