Digital correlation for noise radar systems

Digital correlation for noise radar systems

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A recently developed radar system using a c.w. microwave noise spectrum from an impatt oscillator as the transmitted signal has shown useful performance. The application of a digital correlator to measure, essentially in real time, the autocorrelation function of the noise spectrum and provide a radar display of targets at ranges of up to at least 1 km is now described.


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