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Classical radar waveform design

Classical radar waveform design

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The waveform determines the delay-Doppler response of a radar system. From that response, one can derive the radar's range and velocity resolution and their ambiguities. This chapter explains the concept and motivation for pulse compression. It then describes narrow-band signals and their major signal processing and analysis tools - the matched filter and the ambiguity function. These tools are then used to study classical pulse signals such as unmodulated rectangular pulse, linear-FM pulse and binary and polyphase-coded pulses. The key for Doppler resolution - the coherent pulse train - is then analysed. Additional topics are reduction of sidelobes (delay and spectrum); inter-pulse diversity, multicarrier waveforms; and periodic continuous waveforms (CW).

Inspec keywords: radar signal processing; Doppler radar; matched filters; binary codes; FM radar

Other keywords: periodic continuous waveform; linear FM pulse; classical radar waveform design; classical pulse signal; delay Doppler response; sidelobe reduction; multicarrier waveform; matched filter; polyphase coded pulse; signal processing; narrow band signal; velocity resolution; radar system; interpulse diversity; ambiguity function; pulse compression; radar range; binary coded pulse; Doppler resolution; unmodulated rectangular pulse

Subjects: Codes; Signal processing and detection; Radar equipment, systems and applications

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