Clutter Suppression Using Space-Time Adaptive Processing

Clutter Suppression Using Space-Time Adaptive Processing

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Aerospace radar systems must detect targets competing with strong clutter and jamming signals. For this reason, the radar system designer incorporates a mechanism to suppress such interference. A familiarity with the application of space-time degrees of freedom - shown herein to greatly enhance detection in interference-limited environments- is thus essential. This chapter discusses the important role of space-time adaptive processing in moving target indication radar.

Chapter Contents:

  • 10.1 Introduction
  • 10.2 Space-Time Signal Representation
  • 10.3 Space-Time Properties of Ground Clutter
  • 10.4 Space-Time Processing
  • 10.5 STAP Fundamentals
  • 10.6 STAP Processing Architectures and Methods
  • 10.7 Other Considerations
  • 10.8 Further Reading
  • 10.9 Summary
  • 10.10 References
  • 10.11 Problems

Inspec keywords: airborne radar; jamming; interference suppression; target tracking; space-time adaptive processing; radar clutter; radar detection

Other keywords: clutter suppression; interference-limited environments; radar system designer; moving target indication radar; space-time degrees of freedom; jamming signals; interference suppression; aerospace radar systems; space-time adaptive processing; target detection

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Signal detection; Radar theory

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