Resolution Limitations of a Random Inhomogeneous Medium.
SACLANT ASW RESEARCH CENTRE LA SPEZIA (ITALY)
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Signals transmitted through a random and inhomogeneous medium will suffer from wavefront distortion and from time and frequency dispersion. This will generally impair the resolution with which target position and doppler can be determined. Treating the resolution properties by means of ambiguity functions, the effects on range, angle and doppler resolution of a particular simple type of random medium are considered. The effect of time and frequency dispersion on the range-doppler ambiguity function is first reviewed. The effects that a random and spatially-dependent medium can have on range and angle resolution is discussed. Author
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