29 June 1994 Complex effects of clutter, weather, and battlefield conditions on the target detection in millimeter-wave radars
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We present the theoretical and experimental study results of sea and land clutter and explosion scattering obtained in the millimeter wave band and needed for detection and identification analysis of radars operating in frequency band from 10 to 75 GHz. The empirical models for calculation of specific radar cross- section as a function of grazing angle, frequency and wind velocity are elaborated. The models for power spectra calculation of sea and land clutter are obtained. The radar reflection models from explosion are analyzed and it is shown that reflections for a long time are caused by the scattering by turbulent gas products of explosion.
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Gennady P. Kulemin, Gennady P. Kulemin, V. B. Razskazovsky, V. B. Razskazovsky, } "Complex effects of clutter, weather, and battlefield conditions on the target detection in millimeter-wave radars", Proc. SPIE 2222, Atmospheric Propagation and Remote Sensing III, (29 June 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.177963; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177963
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