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AD-27nAD-274 071Div. 8, 6U TISTPWH OTS price 7.60 Electronic Systems Lab., Mass. Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. A RADAR THEORY APPLICABLE TO DENSE SCATTERER DISTRIBUTIONS, by Arthur Krinitz. Jan 62, 64p. incl. illus. 11 refs. Rept. no. ESL-R-131 Contracts AF 336165489 and AF 336577644 Unclassified report DESCRIPTORS Mapping, Radar. Radar signals, Scattering, Radar targets. Theses, Video integration. Radar is considered as a means of producing a map in two coordinates x and y of a dense distribution of scatterers. It is assumed that a complex unit-scatterer return htx,y and a complex scatterer- ensity function x,y CAN BE DEFINED SUCH THAT a htx,y depends only on the radar b x,y depends only on the scatterer distribution c the complex video representation of the echo signal is st x,y h TX,Y dxdy and d an x-y display of x,y approximates, in some practically useful way, a map of the distribution of scattering objects in the x-y plane. The above conditions are satisfied if x and y are taken to be time delay and Doppler frequency. Determination of x, y is assumed to be the objective of the radar.
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