Ultra-wideband Radar Measurements: analysis and processing

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  • Year: 1997

  • Format: Hardback

  • Product Code: PBRA0070

  • ISBN: 978-0-85296-894-9

  • Pagination: 256pp.

  • Stock Status: In stock

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Scope: With growing interest in the applications of ultrawideband radar systems (UWB), this timely book provides an essential contribution to the field of radar system analysis. While concentrating on principal issues of theory, computer processing, modelling and measuring UWB signals, the scope of the issues covered in the book is wider than in previous publications. Written with the research engineer in mind, the book presents detailed discussion of mathematical models for radar target detection and recognition, as well as estimation of target detectability, and considers UWB applications in new fields such as subsurface probing and ecological monitoring.

Book readership

Electrical/electronics engineers; radar engineers; researchers

Book contents

1: UWB signal definition, modelling and measurement; 2: Analytical description of target scattering; 3: UWB radar target response; 4: Design principles and mathematical modelling of UWB radar meters; 5: UWB signal processing; References; Index.


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