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Radar signals

Author: Nadav Levanon; Eli Mozeson
Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2004] ©2004
Series: Wiley InterScience electronic collection.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
"A text and general reference on the design and analysis of radar signals. As radar technology evolves to encompass a growing spectrum of applications in military, aerospace, automotive, and other sectors, innovations in digital signal processing have risen to meet the demand. Presenting a long overdue, up-to-date, dedicated resource on radar signals, the authors fill a critical gap in radar technology literature.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Levanon, Nadav.
Radar signals.
Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley, 2004
(DLC) 2003056882
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nadav Levanon; Eli Mozeson
ISBN: 9780471663089 0471663085 9780471663072 0471663077 9781601195852 1601195850
OCLC Number: 56750538
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 411 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1. Introduction --
1.1. Basic Relationships: Range-Delay and Velocity-Doppler --
1.2. Accuracy, Resolution, and Ambiguity --
1.3. Environmental Diagram --
1.4. Other Trade-Offs and Penalties in Waveform Design --
1.5. Concluding Comments --
2. Matched Filter --
2.1. Complex Representation of Bandpass Signals --
2.2. Matched Filter --
2.3. Matched Filter for a Narrow Bandpass Signal --
2.4. Matched-Filter Response to Its Doppler-Shifted Signal --
3. Ambiguity Function --
3.1. Main Properties of the Ambiguity Function --
3.2. Proofs of the AF Properties --
3.3. Interpretation of Property 4 --
3.4. Cuts Through the Ambiguity Function --
3.5. Additional Volume Distribution Relationships --
3.6. Periodic Ambiguity Function --
3.7. Discussion --
Appendix 3A. MATLAB Code for Plotting Ambiguity Functions --
4. Basic Radar Signals --
4.1. Constant-Frequency Pulse --
4.2. Linear Frequency-Modulated Pulse --
4.3. Coherent Train of Identical Unmodulated Pulses --
5. Frequency-Modulated Pulse --
5.1. Costas Frequency Coding --
5.2. Nonlinear Frequency Modulation --
Appendix 5A. MATLAB Code for Welch Construction of Costas Arrays --
6. Phase-Coded Pulse --
6.1. Barker Codes --
6.2. Chirplike Phase Codes --
6.3. Asymptotically Perfect Codes --
6.4. Golomb's Codes with Ideal Periodic Correlation --
6.5. Ipatov Code --
6.6. Optimal Filters for Sidelobe Suppression --
6.7. Huffman Code --
6.8. Bandwidth Considerations in Phase-Coded Signals --
6.9. Concluding Comments --
Appendix 6A. Galois Fields --
Appendix 6B. Quadriphase Barker 13 --
Appendix 6C. Gaussian-Windowed Sinc. 7. Coherent Train of LFM Pulses --
7.1. Coherent Train of Identical LFM Pulses --
7.2. Filters Matched to Higher Doppler Shifts --
7.3. Interpulse Weighting --
7.4. Intra- and Interpulse Weighting --
7.5. Analytic Expressions of the Delay-Doppler Response of an LFM Pulse Train with Intra- and Interpulse Weighting --
8. Diverse PRI Pulse Trains --
8.1. Introduction to MTI Radar --
8.3. Diversifying the PRI on a Dwell-to-Dwell Basis --
9. Coherent Train of Diverse Pulses --
9.1. Diversity for Recurrent Lobes Reduction --
9.2. Diversity for Bandwidth Increase: Stepped Frequency --
9.3. Train of Complementary Pulses --
9.4. Train of Subcomplementary Pulses --
9.5. Train of Orthogonal Pulses --
Appendix 9A. Generating a Numerical Stepped-Frequency Train of LFM Pulses --
10. Continuous-Wave Signals --
10.1. Revisiting the Periodic Ambiguity Function --
10.2. PAF of Ideal Phase-Coded Signals --
10.3. Doppler Sidelobe Reduction Using Weight Windows --
10.4. Creating a Shifted Response in Doppler and Delay --
10.5. Frequency-Modulated CW Signals --
10.6. Mixer Implementation of an FM CW Radar Receiver --
Appendix 10A. Test for Ideal PACF --
11. Multicarrier Phase-Coded Signals --
11.1. Multicarrier Phase-Coded Signals with Low PMEPR --
11.2. Single MCPC Pulse --
11.3. CW (Periodic) Multicarrier Signal --
11.4. Train of Diverse Multicarrier Pulses --
11.5. Summary --
Appendix. Advanced MATLAB Programs --
A.1. Ambiguity Function Plot with a GUI --
A.2. Creating Complex Signals for Use with ambfn1.m or ambfn7.m --
A.3. Cross-Ambiguity Function Plot --
A.4. Generating a CW Periodic Signal with Weighting on Receive.
Series Title: Wiley InterScience electronic collection.
Responsibility: Nadav Levanon, Eli Mozeson.


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