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Signal and data processing

Signal and data processing

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The target detections that initiate a track must take advantage of whatever gains are possible in SNR, because viable radar systems must operate at very low false-alarm rates. Making use of doppler information is a crucial way of increasing the SNR. Once a track has been initiated, a variety of methods of increasing sophistication are possible to retain the track. All of them run into trouble as tracks become more complicated and the radar environment becomes more congested.

Chapter Contents:

  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Properties of clutter
  • 5.3 Moving-target indicator processing
  • 5.4 Fast Fourier transform processing
  • 5.5 Thresholding
  • 5.6 Plot extraction
  • 5.7 Plot-track association
  • 5.8 Track initiation
  • 5.9 Tracking
  • 5.10 Summary
  • 5.11 References
  • 5.12 Problems

Inspec keywords: Doppler radar; signal processing; object detection

Other keywords: SNR; radar environment; radar system; signal processing; data processing; Doppler information; target detection

Subjects: Optical, image and video signal processing; Radar equipment, systems and applications; Signal processing and detection

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