Target Resolution

Target Resolution

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The definition of bistatic target resolution is identical to that of monostatic target resolution: the degree to which two or more targets (of approximately equal amplitude and arbitrary constant phase) may be separated in one or more dimensions, such as angle, range, velocity (or doppler), and acceleration. In the monostatic case, target separation is referenced to the radar-to-target LOS. In the bistatic case, target separation can conveniently be referenced to the bistatic bisector.

Chapter Contents:

  • 7.1 Range Resolution
  • 7.2 Doppler Resolution
  • 7.3 Angle Resolution
  • 7.4 Synthetic Aperture Radar Isorange Resolution

Inspec keywords: target tracking; radar tracking

Other keywords: radar-to-target LOS; target separation; bistatic bisector; bistatic target resolution

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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