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Monogenic function range resolution radar

Monogenic function range resolution radar

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Sequences having peaky autocorrelation are useful in range resolution radar and in a homomorphic problem of detecting reflections in seismic exploration. The concept of correlative signal processing for system identification in these applications is extended here to processing based on monogenic signatures. Some sequences having good monogenic signatures are listed. These yield sequence compression equal to the length of the sequences, and peak/sidelobe ratios or merit factors could be superior to those obtainable in correlative processing for the same length of sequences. The problems in developing monogenic function radar are discussed and some solutions proposed.

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