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Title Waveform design and diversity for advanced radar systems / edited by Fulvio Gini, Antonio De Maio, and Lee Patton.

Imprint London, U.K. : Institution of Engineering and Technology, ©2012.

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Description 1 online resource (xx, 552 pages) : illustrations.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series IET radar, sonar and navigation series ; 22
IET radar, sonar, navigation and avionics series ; 22.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-534) and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary The phrase 'waveform design and diversity' refers to an area of radar research that focuses on novel transmission strategies as a way to improve performance in a variety of civil, defense and homeland security applications. Three basic principles are at the core of waveform diversity. First is the principle that any and all knowledge of the operational environment should be exploited in system design and operation. Second is the principle of the fully adaptive system, that is, that the system should respond to dynamic environmental conditions. Third is the principle of measurement diversity as a way to increase system robustness and expand the design trade space. Waveform design and diversity concepts can be found dating back to the mid-twentieth century. However, it has only been in the past decade or so, as academics and practitioners have rushed to exploit recent advances in radar hardware component technology, such as arbitrary waveform generation and linear power amplification, that waveform diversity has become a distinct area of research. The purpose of this book is to survey this burgeoning field in a way that brings together the diverse yet complementary topics that comprise it. The topics covered range from the purely theoretical to the applied, and the treatment of these topics ranges from tutorial explanation to forward-looking research discussions. The topics treated in this book include: classical waveform design and its extensions through information theory, multiple-input multiple-output systems, and the bio-inspired sensing perspective; the exploration of measurement diversity through distributed radar systems, in both cooperative and non-cooperative configurations; the optimal adaptation of the transmit waveform for target detection, tracking, and identification; and more. This representative cross-section of topics provides the reader with a chance to see the three principles of waveform diversity at work, and will hopefully point the way to further advances in this exciting area of research.
Contents Waveform diversity: a way forward to the future of the radar -- A. De Maio, A. Farina, F. Gini, L. Patton and M. Wicks; 1. Classical radar waveform design -- Nadav Levanon; 2. Information theory and radar waveform design -- Mark R. Bell and Mir Hamza Mahmood; 3. Multistatic ambiguity function and sensor placement strategies -- Ivan Bradaric, Gerard T. Capraro and Michael C. Wicks; 4. MIMO radar waveform design -- Ming Xue, Jian Li and Petre Stoica; 5. Passive bistatic radar waveforms -- Hugh D. Griffiths and Chris J. Baker.
6. Biologically inspired waveform diversity -- Chris J. Baker, Hugh D. Griffiths and Alessio Balleri7. Continuous waveforms for automotive radar systems -- Hermann Rohling and Matthias Kronauge; 8. Multistatic and waveform-diverse radar pulse compression -- Shannon D. Blunt, Thomas Higgins, Aaron K. Shackelford and Karl Gerlach; 9. Optimal channel selection in a multistatic radar system -- M.S. Greco, P. Stinco, F. Gini, A. Farina and M. Rangaswamy; 10. Waveform design for non-cooperative radar networks -- Antonio De Maio, Silvio De Nicola, Alfonso Farina and Michael C. Wicks.
11. Waveform design based on phase conjugation and time reversal -- Lucio Bellomo, Marc Saillard, Sébastien Pioch, Frédéric Barbaresco and Marc Lesturgie12. Space-time diversity for active antenna systems -- J.-P. Guyvarch, L. Savy and F. Le Chevalier; 13. Autocorrelation constraints in radar waveform optimization for detection -- Lee K. Patton and Brian D. Rigling; 14. Adaptive waveform design for radar target classification -- Nathan A. Goodman.
15. Adaptive waveform design for tracking -- Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola, Jason Jun Zhang, Bhavana Chakraborty, Ying Li, Darryl Morrell and Sandeep P. Sira16. Adaptive polarization design for target detection and tracking -- Martin Hurtado, Sandeep Gogineni and Arye Nehorai; 17. Knowledge-aided transmit signal and receive filter design in signal-dependent clutter -- A. Aubry, A. De Maio, A. Farina and M. Wicks; Notation; Index.
Subject Radio -- Transmitter-receivers.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Radar.
Radio -- Transmitter-receivers. (OCoLC)fst01087151
filtering theory.
MIMO radar.
passive radar.
radar antennas.
radar tracking.
road vehicle radar.
sensor placement.
target tracking.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Added Author Gini, Fulvio.
De Maio, Antonio (College teacher)
Patton, Lee.
ISBN 9781849192668 (electronic bk.)
1849192669 (electronic bk.)
9781621983255 (electronic bk.)
1621983250 (electronic bk.)
9786613950345 (ebook)
6613950343 (ebook)
128363788X
9781283637886
1849192650 (print)
9781849192651 (print)
Standard No. AU@ 000050415406
DEBBG BV043120725
DEBSZ 421332832
DEBSZ 431238324
NZ1 14795133

 
    
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