Multistatic and waveform-diverse radar pulse compression

Multistatic and waveform-diverse radar pulse compression

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Radar pulse compression is widely used to achieve high range resolution without the attendant high-peak power that would otherwise be required through the use of an unmodulated short pulse. The wide variety of different waveform structures also provides a means to distinguish the echoes from different radars that may coincide in space, frequency and time. Furthermore, the development of new waveform-diverse emission schemes relies on the ability to adequately separate the various emission components within the receiver. Viewing these scenarios as belonging to the general framework of signal separation problems, in which the different signals mutually interfere, this chapter describes an adaptive receive scheme through which these different signal components can be extricated so as to realize the required radar sensitivity. Specific applications addressed include multistatic radar, imaging for high Doppler scenarios and stepped-frequency transmission.

Inspec keywords: pulse compression; radar receivers; Doppler radar; adaptive signal processing; radar signal processing

Other keywords: radar echoe; high range resolution; signal component; high Doppler scenario; multistatic radar pulse compression; waveform diverse radar pulse compression; emission components; stepped frequency transmission; radar sensitivity; adaptive receive scheme; waveform diverse emission

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

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