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The dependence of radar target detectability on array weighting function

By Clive M. Alabaster and E. J. Hughes


This paper describes simulation work to assess the detectability of targets by an airborne fire control radar (FCR) operating in a medium pulse repetition frequency (PRF) mode in the presence of strong ground clutter as a function of transmitting and receiving array weighting functions.Presented at the IET-Radar 2007 Conference Edinburgh 15-18 October 200

Topics: Radar detection, Clutter, Medium PRF, Illumination function., Pulse Repetition Frequency
Year: 2009
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Provided by: Cranfield CERES

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