QUESTIONS OF THE STATISTICAL THEORY OF RADAR, VOL. 2
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSONAFB OH
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The volume is dedicated to the theory of radar measurements and questions of target resolution. There is developed a general theory of radar measurements, containing an analysis of tracking and nontracking measuring systems both in linear approximation, and also taking into account their nonlinearity, and also synthesis of optimum systems of measurement of separate time-variable parameters of motion of targets and sets of them. On the basis of this theory there is conducted analysis and synthesis of range finding systems, systems of measurement of velocity and goniometrical systems. There are investigated cases of reception of both coherent, and also incoherent signals. In examining questions of target resolution there are investigated possibilities of resolution of signals reflected from them, and there are found receivers optimum from this point of view, and also optimum systems of resolution in regimes of detection and measurement of coordinates. In the course of development of theory there are revealed laws governing radar measurements and resolution of targets.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment