Effect of Range and Doppler Ambiguities on Ground Clutter

Effect of Range and Doppler Ambiguities on Ground Clutter

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In the last chapter, the sources of ground return and its acquaintance with its Doppler spectrum was surveyed. The profound effects of range and Doppler ambiguities on ground return was not considered. In this chapter, after briefly considering the dispersed nature of ground clutter, the effects of ambiguities on the range and Doppler profiles for a representative flight situation were examined and the problem of separating target echoes from clutter was shown.

Chapter Contents:

  • Dispersed Nature of the Clutter
  • Range Ambiguities
  • Doppler Profile
  • Doppler Ambiguities

Inspec keywords: airborne radar; Doppler effect; radar clutter

Other keywords: target echoe; ground clutter dispersed nature; Doppler spectrum; ground return; airborne radar; Doppler effect; range effect

Subjects: Radar theory

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