26 September 1989 Moving Target Indication And Position Estimation With Autodyne Detection
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Detection and position estimation of targets in the presence of strong scattering background clutter with an optical Doppler Autodyning Tracking (DAT) technique is proposed for the first time. The DAT technique is based on measuring relative Doppler shifts introduced by different velocities of target and background scatterers with a direct detection method.
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Marek Elbaum, Marek Elbaum, Betsy Kingsbury, Betsy Kingsbury, Jerzy Nowakowski, Jerzy Nowakowski, Ted Shultz, Ted Shultz, Victor Simuoli, Victor Simuoli, } "Moving Target Indication And Position Estimation With Autodyne Detection", Proc. SPIE 1111, Acquisition, Tracking, and Pointing III, (26 September 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.977984; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.977984


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