Special Problems and Requirements

Special Problems and Requirements

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Bistatic and multistatic radars are subject to problems and special requirements that are either not encountered or encountered in less serious form by monostatic radars. They include beam scan-on-scan coverage losses, with pulse chasing as one remedy to recover these losses, increased sidelobe clutter levels, precise time and phase synchronization, and adequate phase stability between transmitter and receiver. Each of these topics is considered in this chapter.

Chapter Contents:

  • 13.1 Beam Scan-on-Scan
  • 13.2 Pulse Chasing
  • 13.3 Sidelobe Clutter
  • 13.4 Time Synchronization
  • 13.5 Phase Synchronization and Stability

Inspec keywords: radar clutter; radar transmitters; radar receivers; synchronisation

Other keywords: time synchronization; transmitter; beam scan-on-scan coverage losses; sidelobe clutter levels; monostatic radars; phase synchronization; bistatic radar; pulse chasing; multistatic radars; receiver; phase stability

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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