9 edition of Millimeter-Wave Radar Targets and Clutter (Artech House Radar Library) found in the catalog.
by Artech House Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||342|
Millimeter-wave cloud radars, also denominated cloud radars, are radar systems designed to monitor clouds with operating frequencies between 24 and GHz (Table 1). Accordingly, their wavelengths range from 1 mm to cm, about ten times shorter than those used in . Millimeter-wave radar targets and clutter / by: Kulemin, G. P. Published: () Radar automatic target recognition (ATR) and non-cooperative target recognition (NCTR) / Published: ().
paths exist between a radar and target, then the total signal at a location is the sum (superposition principle). •The result is interference: constructive interference occurs if the waves add; destructive interference occurs if the waves cancel. •Example: ground bounce multi-path can be misinterpreted as multiple targets. Superposition of File Size: 2MB. The statistical properties of windblown grass and forest clutter, obtained using high-resolution microwave Doppler radar, are analyzed and shown to be nonstationary. In particular, we show that the bandwidth of the Doppler signal depends linearly on the total power of the signal for both types of vegetation. Also, variations in the mean power and spectrum bandwidth of the clutter are similar.
Clutter refers to radio frequency (RF) echoes returned from targets which are uninteresting to the radar operators and interfere with the observation of useful signals. Such targets include natural objects such as ground, sea, precipitations (rain, snow or hail), sand storms, animals (especially. Millimeter-Wave Polarimetric Radar Sensor for Detection of Power Lines in Strong Clutter Background by Moonsoo Park A dissertation submitted in partial fulﬂllment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Electrical Engineering) in The University of Michigan Doctoral Committee: Professor Kamal Sarabandi, Chair Professor File Size: 3MB.
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Kulemin. — (Artech House radar library) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) 1. Radar targets. Radar—Interference. Millimeter waves. Title. Series. TKK68 —dc22 British Library Cataloguing in File Size: 3MB. Get this from a library. Millimeter-wave radar targets and clutter.
[G P Kulemin] -- "The book presents experimentally tested algorithms for land, sea, and precipitation clutter derivation, along with methods for land and sea clutter modeling. Professionals find detailed discussions. Millimeter-Wave Radar Targets and Clutter [Book Review] Article in IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine 19(4) 41 May with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Get this from a library. Millimeter-wave radar targets and clutter. [G P Kulemin] -- Featuring critical material never before available in Western resources, this invaluable millimeter-wave radar book delivers in-depth coverage of both theory and experimental data on targets and.
Supported with over equations and more than illustrations, this essential reference provides an excellent summary of the interactions between radar waves and the entire class of targets and clutter affecting operation of radar in the upper microwave and millimeter-wave bands.
The most complete compilation of millimeter-wave theory and data available, this book addresses those phenomenological characteristics of radar clutter and propagation in the millimeter-wave region that are of particular importance in the design, test and permutation of millimeter-wave sensors.
Millimeter-W ave Radar: Principles and Applications including land and sea backscattering for the small and extremely small grazing angles that are necessary for clutter rejection in radar. Clutter in Millimeter-Wave CMOS Radar.
Clutter is a core issue in radar systems. Clutter is caused by reflections from objects other than the targets of interest, usually referred to as unwanted reflections.
It can cause major problems for detection and tracking of desired targets . A typical example in consumer radar could be an. Physical scale modeling the millimeter-wave backscattering behavior of ground clutter work have been used in the fabrication of scale model ground planes for collection of W-band radar imagery from scaled threat targets in realistic environments.
band clutter data. Featuring critical material never before available in Western resources, this invaluable millimeter-wave radar book delivers in-depth coverage of both theory and experimental data on targets and clutter from land, sea, and precipitation.
Millimeter-wave radar targets and clutter / Author: Gennadiy P. Kulemin. Publication info: Boston: Artech House, c Format: Book. improving signal-to-clutter ratio (SCR) for millimeter wave FM-CW radar based on this statistical difference between the target and the clutter. The method first approximates an autocorrelation function from received signals using a numerical averaging.
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The most complete compilation of millimeter-wave theory and data available, this book addresses those phenomenological characteristics of radar clutter and propagation in the millimeter-wave region that are of particular importance in the design, test and permutation of millimeter-wave by: Abstract Topics related to millimeter wave propagation, targets, and clutter are considered, taking into account propagation effects for a mm wave fire control system, environmental effects on millimeter radar performance, atmospheric attenuation of millimeter and submillimeter waves, and multifrequency millimeter radar sea clutter measurements.
Clutter in Millimeter-Wave CMOS Radar. Clutter is a core issue in radar systems. Clutter is caused by reflections from objects other than the targets of interest, usually referred to as unwanted reflections. It can cause major problems for detection and tracking of desired targets.
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Everyday low Format: Unknown Binding. Sea-ice clutter was measured using a millimeter wave radar (MWR) with a frequency of GHz, the beamwidth of ° and pulsewidth of 30 ns which is located at Mombetsu in Hokkaido, Japan.
In this paper, targets are an iron tower and a breakwater which are embedded in sea-ice clutter. We have found that the sea-ice clutter amplitude obeys the Weibull : S.
I. Hwang, S. Ishii, S. Sayama, M. Sekine.The discrimination of stationary ground targets from ground clutter with an airborne millimeter-wave radar sensor is discussed. Specifically, discrimination figures of merit, target and clutter statistics, radar resolution cell sizes, the use of polarization, and the probability of false-target density are by: 1.