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4 May 2018 Software-defined radar: recent experiments and results
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Signal processing techniques employed by a software-defined radar are presented. First, the radar system is described in brief, illustrating how software-defined radios (SDRs) are leveraged to implement a baseline radar functionality. Next, multiple, required processing steps are presented, showing how target signatures can be extracted from raw radar measurements. All of these techniques are applied to the moving target indication (MTI) problem, and examples of multiple moving target signatures are displayed.
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Kenneth Ranney, Kyle Gallagher, Daniel Galanos, Abigail Hedden, Roger Cutitta, Stephen Freeman, Charles Dietlein, Ben Kirk, and Ram Narayanan "Software-defined radar: recent experiments and results", Proc. SPIE 10633, Radar Sensor Technology XXII, 106331E (4 May 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2322850
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