Characterization of Diversity Approaches for LFM Stretch-Processed Waveforms

Characterization of Diversity Approaches for LFM Stretch-Processed Waveforms

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Stretch-processed LFM waveforms are in use in many high-resolution applications such as SAR and ISAR. New processing configurations are being considered that would link multiple LFM radars in a distributed architecture. It is important to understand the interference effects of LFM waveforms, particularly with regard to frequency. This chapter introduces interference regions in range-frequency space as a tool for characterizing LFM interference in a distributed environment.

Inspec keywords: synthetic aperture radar; radiofrequency interference

Other keywords: LFM interference; high-resolution applications; ISAR; diversity approaches; LFM stretch-processed waveforms; range-frequency space; multiple LFM radars; distributed environment; stretch-processed LFM waveforms

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications

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