Synthetic Impulse and Aperture Radar (SIAR): A Novel Multi-Frequency MIMO Radar (Anglais) Relié – 1 avril 2014
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Analyzes and discusses the operating principle, signal processing method, and experimental results of this advanced radar technology
This book systematically discusses the operating principle, signal processing method, target measurement technology, and experimental results of a new kind of radar called synthetic impulse and aperture radar (SIAR). The purpose is to help readers acquire an insight into the concept and principle of the SIAR, to know its operation mode, signal processing method, the difference between the traditional radar and itself, the designing ideals, and the developing method.
It includes 10 chapters. Chapter 1 gives an introduction to the basic principle of SIAR and its characteristic of four antis. Chapter 2 introduces the operating principles and system constitution of SIAR. Chapter 3 presents the main waveforms and the corresponding signal processing methods. Chapter 4 is about the long–time integration technique. Chapter 5 shows the high–accuracy measurement and tracking of 4D parameters of target in SIAR. The range–angle coupling and decoupling are introduced in Chapter 6, where a criteria for transmit frequency optimization of array elements is studied to overcome the coupling among range, azimuth and elevation. In Chapter 7, detection and tracking of targets in strong interference background is investigated. Chapter 8 analyzes quantitatively the influence of array error on the tracking accuracy of SIAR. Expansion of impulse and aperture synthesis to HF band and microwave band are introduced respectively in Chapter 9 and Chapter 10. The operating principle of the novel bi–static surface wave radar system, as well as the experimental system and the experimental results are included in Chapter 9.
Written by a highly experienced author with extensive knowledge of SIAR (Chen), the book can be used as a reference for engineering technical personnel and scientific research personnel working in the research of SIAR, MIMO radar, digital radar or other new type of radar. It can also be a reference for teachers and students in universities who engage in related professional work.
- Details the operating principle, signal processing method, target measurement technology, and experimental results of synthetic impulse and aperture radar (SIAR)
- Expands the technique of impulse and aperture synthesisfrom the VHF band to the HF band and the microwave band
- Written by a leading author with many years research and practical experience in sparse array SIAR, a typical MIMO radar
Engineers, researchers and postgraduates working in radar engineering will find this an invaluable resource.
Quatrième de couverture
The Synthetic Impulse and Aperture Radar (SIAR) is a microwave imaging technology capable of seeing through walls made of materials as diverse as drywall, wood, concrete, and brick. There are numerous applications for the SIAR, such as improvised explosive device detection, localization and identification, search and rescue, as well as identification of building inhabitants in combat areas, hostage situations, drug control, and border enforcement.
The technology detects and identifies targets under all–weather conditions during day or night from a potential variety of operational platforms, such as automobiles, umanned airbourne vechicles, helicopters, and a variety of fixed–wing airplanes. The system is capable of remotely generating two– and three–dimensional images of stationary or mobile targets at a large standoff distance while delivering much higher resolution images than any other technology available.
This book systematically discusses the operating principles, signal processing methods, target measurement technology, and experimental results of the SIAR. The authors aim to help readers acquire insight into the concept and principle of the SIAR, differences from a traditional radar, as well as design and development methods.
- Covers polarization effects, which are of fundamental importance across various disciplines of science and technology
- Includes a number of figures, experimental designs, and measurement curves to help readers learn the basic principles and start their own R&D projects
- Discusses many types of relevant lasers: helium/neon lasers, ND: YAG lasers, and semiconductor lasers (laser diodes)
- Written by well–published authors in the field
- Contains material useful for metrology applications
Written by highly experienced authors with extensive knowledge of the SIAR, the book can be used as a reference for engineering technical personnel and scientific research personnel working in the research of the SIAR, the MIMO radar, the digital radar, or other new types of radar. It can also be a reference for teachers and students in universities who engage in related research work.
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