Radar Detection by J. V. DiFranco and W. L. Rubin

By J. V. DiFranco and W. L. Rubin

This booklet offers a complete educational exposition of radar detection utilizing the tools and methods of mathematical statistics. the fabric awarded is as present and important to contemporary engineers as whilst the e-book was once first released.

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The computer also makes logical decisions and integrates and controls other portions of the system. Functions aided or controlled by the machine include system checkout, target acquisition, target tracking, data format, data transmission, and navigational fixing and updating. Additional storage is provided by the CDCE (Central Data Conversion Equipment), shown in Fig. 8-3, which serves as interface and main storage of all trajectory data collected during a mission. The command post of the ship is manned by personnel in the OCC (Operations Control Center), shown in Fig.

A simple model that demonstrates this phenomenon is shown in Fig. 6-3, in which two scatterers are observed at different aspect angles for various separations. In a typical radar situation the target is observed many times. The aspect angle at a particular time will govern its observed radar cross section. Since many targets have relative motion with respect to the radar because Sec. 6. INTRODUCTION TO RADAR 27 Fig. 6-2. Return power from a small aircraft at lO-cm wavelength as a function of azimuth angle (after Ridenour [1], courtesy of McGraw-Hill Book Company).

1 4A f-- I I \ I. (c) Fig. 6-3. Polar plots of resultant cross section for a twoscatterer complex target with (ITo) the cross section of each and spacing shown on figure (after Skolnik [15], courtesy of McGraw-Hill Book Company). on experimental observations. Two statistical models have been treated with respect to radar detection in the classic work of Swerling [7]. These two models are fairly representative of actual experimental radar data and are used in this text. The first model assumes a Rayleigh fluctuating target; it has a signal echo amplitude characteristic that is a random variable defined by a Rayleigh probability density function.

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