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IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation

Volume 6, Issue 6, July 2012


Volume 6, Issue 6

July 2012

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    • False detections in Klein Heidelberg
      Polarisation diversity of conformal arrays based on geometric algebra via convex optimisation
      Ship detection and speed estimation based on azimuth scanning mode of synthetic aperture radar
      Synthesis of monopulse time-modulated planar arrays with controlled sideband radiation
      Multiplexing scheme for anti-jamming global navigation satellite system receivers
      Improved multi-target multi-Bernoulli filter
      Synthetic aperture radar autofocus based on projection approximation subspace tracking
      Model and signal processing of bistatic frequency-modulated continuous wave synthetic aperture radar
      Adaptive detection of distributed targets with orthogonal rejection
      Real-time reconstruction of three-dimensional cylindrical near-field radar images using a single instruction multiple data interpolation approach
    • Editorial: Biologically-inspired radar and sonar systems
      Use of clicks resembling those of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) to improve target discrimination in bubbly water with biased pulse summation sonar
      Evaluating three-dimensional localisation information generated by bio-inspired in-air sonar
      Bionic vision-based synthetic aperture radar image edge detection method in non-subsampled contourlet transform domain
      Analysis of acoustic echoes from a bat-pollinated plant species: insight into strategies for radar and sonar target classification
      Review of the occurrence of multiple pulse echolocation clicks in recordings from small odontocetes
      Biosonar echo processing by frequency-modulated bats
      Why dolphin biosonar performs so well in spite of mediocre ‘equipment’

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