Signal Processing Techniques for Real-Time Radar Applications.
Interim technical rept. Mar 72-Mar 73 (Volume 2),
ALABAMA UNIV HUNTSVILLE
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The purpose of the report is to compare various combinations of signal modulations and digital processing techniques and to evaluate them in terms of performance versus computer time. Several mathematical techniques for representation of discrete convoltion of narrow band high frequency signals are presented, including a new technique called piecewise polynomial convolution. Applications of efficient FFT and Hadamard transform programs to digital radar signal processing are discussed. Problems of radar detection are analyzed including the complex representation of the radar signal, definition of ambiguity function, performance criteria, and matched filter. Modified author abstract
- Computer Programming and Software
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment