Clutter Reduction Techniques
Final rept. 7 Mar 1973-7 Mar 1974
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL ANAHEIM CA MICROELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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The report contains a description of work performed toward constructing and testing surface acoustic wave devices for signal processing methods to reduce clutter and interfering signals in operating radar systems. The specific system to be used as a test bed to determine the validity of the concept in system environment was the APG-59. The report is written in three parts. Part I describes the general system interface problems and design parameters of surface acoustic wave devices, followed by discussion of the fabrication and testing of the experimental tapped delay line. Part II discusses the recommendations for future effort, while Part III is a collection of reference material providing a more detailed technical background for understanding the operation of acoustic devices.
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment