Waveform Diversity for Adaptive Radar - An Expert System Approach

Waveform Diversity for Adaptive Radar - An Expert System Approach

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The focus of this chapter is on the design of waveforms for efficient spatial and temporal adaptivity including the focusing of the transmitted energy on a physically-small target, so that it will be possible to synthesize waveforms in the space-time continuum for both monostatic and bistatic applications and so that they can be mission adaptive. The objective is to develop spatially and temporally adaptive sensor technology for application to air, space, and ground systems operating in isolation or in concert with other sensor systems, emphasizing monostatic and bistatic scenarios. This can be achieved with the application of expert system technologies to facilitate the automatic selection of the waveforms in real time and near real time applications based on predefined rules.

Inspec keywords: expert systems; radar computing; adaptive radar; computerised instrumentation

Other keywords: temporally adaptive sensor technology; temporal adaptivity; monostatic radar; expert system approach; adaptive radar; space-time continuum; bistatic radar; sensor systems; spatial adaptivity; spatially adaptive sensor technology; waveform diversity

Subjects: Radar equipment, systems and applications; Computerised instrumentation; Expert systems and other AI software and techniques; Electrical engineering computing; Computerised instrumentation

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