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Two-stage automatic radar detection

by R. A. Worley

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Published by Naval Electronics Laboratory Center in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementR. A. Worley
SeriesResearch report - NELC/report -- 1553, Research report (Naval Electronics Laboratory Center (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1553., NELC report (Naval Electronics Laboratory Center (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1553.
ContributionsNaval Electronics Laboratory Center
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p. :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24364721M
OCLC/WorldCa298256631

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Related Titles. Series: NELC report (Naval Electronics Laboratory Center (San Diego, Calif.)) ; Series: Research. Chapters wrap up this edition of Radar Systems by discussing the Radar Antenna, Transmitter, and Receiver respectively.

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The following figure shows the operating principle of primary radar. The radar antenna illuminates. • detection and automatic tracking of surface targets, using a specific reception channel in both mode The MRR radar falls in the middle range, 3D-air and surface surveillance category.

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Merv Fingas, Carl E. Brown, in Oil Spill Science and Technology, Radar Processing. Because radar detection of oil spills is so highly susceptible to false images, much work has taken place on means to differentiate oil slicks and false targets, often called look-alikes. These look-alikes include: low-wind areas, areas sheltered by land, rain cells, organic films, grease ice, wind.

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If the radar impulses strike an obstacle, they are. Radar book: N. Levanon and E. Mozeson, Radar Signals, Wiley, For estimation and detection theory, the recommendation is Steven M.

Kay's Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing series. Chapter 5 Automatic Tracking Systems. Automatic Tracking Systems. Introduction. In any fire control system, target tracking is the means by which target parameters are measured with respect to the tracking station.

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General coverage book on radar emphasizing design considerations. Rihaczek, A. W., Principles of High Resolution Radar, McGraw-Hill, NY (). Pursues waveforms, ambiguity diagrams, and.