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Airborne Pulsed Doppler Radar (Artech House Radar Library)by Guy V. Morris
Synopses & Reviews
This second edition of Airborne Pulsed Doppler Radar brings you up-to-date on new radar technologies since 1987 — plus those likely to appear in the next five years. The book provides valuable insight into specific issues unique to airborne systems and contains the most extensive treatment of the medium-PRF waveform for more accurate performance analysis. Complete with nearly 250 illustrations and 290 equations, the book provides the background you need to: <P>- Plan and predict the outcome of test programs<P>- Evaluate proposals for new radar systems or upgrades<P>- Analyze the performance of airborne radars in various scenarios<P>- Understand the capabilities and limitations of airborne systems<P>This book is a valuable reference for radar engineers, missile-seeker system engineers, and users of military airborne radar. It keeps you current on the fundamental principles and system design rationale for establishing radar characteristics, signal processing for target detection performance, and signal processing for tracking and system testing.
Book News Annotation:
Presents the basic principles of pulse-doppler radar without resorting to a heavily mathematical treatment. High-, medium-, and low-pulse repetition frequency (PRF) modes are explained and the advantages and disadvantages of each are discussed. Also included are an explanation of the major signal-processing functions of doppler filtering, pulse compression, tracking, synthetic aperture, selection of medium PRFs, and resolving range ambiguities and a discussion of how to predict the performance of a pulse-doppler radar in the presence of noise and clutter.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Offering updated information on radar technologies since 1987, this work also provides an insight into specific issues unique to airborne systems. It contains treatment of the medium PRF waveform for more accurate performance analysis.
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