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Varying FM Rates in Adaptive Processing for Distributed Radar Apertures
 

Summary: Varying FM Rates in Adaptive Processing for
Distributed Radar Apertures
Earnest Lock and Raviraj S. Adve
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto,
Toronto, Ontario
Email: {elock, rsadve}@comm.utoronto.ca
Abstract-- Previous work in waveform diversity for distributed
apertures for target detection has focused largely on orthog-
onal transmissions. This paper will investigate an alternative
approach; implementing waveform diversity based on differing
slopes of the linear FM pulse to the application of target detection
for a distributed radar aperture system in the presence of noise
and clutter. This paper will add develop the required signal
model corresponding to the proposed system, accounting for the
cross-coupling between the linearly FM pulses. This paper will
determine whether applying this type of waveform diversity will
result in improved performance in the discrimination of the target
from noise and interfering sources and compare the performance
whether this method is a feasible solution. A crucial step is
the optimization of the FM rates using sequential quadratic

  

Source: Adve, Raviraj - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto

 

Collections: Engineering