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10 June 1997 Range sidelobe reduction for the random binary phase codes
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Abstract
Based on the statistics theory and the pulse compression technique, a statistical method of reducing the range sidelobe (RSL) of the random binary phase codes (RBPC) is presented, which is different from those of decreasing the RSL of the pseudorandom binary phase codes. The theoretical analysis and computer simulation show that it is possible to suppress the peak RSL to lower than -30 dB, which can effectively guarantee the RBPC radar with good electronic counter-countermeasures feature applicable. Additionally, owing to the Doppler of the target, the maximum loss of the ratio of the mainlobe and sidelobe (MSR) is also discussed. In the meantime, the approach to realization of the RSL reduction with digital signal processors is given.
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Hong Gu Hong, Guo-Sui Liu, Guangmin Sun, Xi Li, and Wei-Min Su "Range sidelobe reduction for the random binary phase codes", Proc. SPIE 3066, Radar Sensor Technology II, (10 June 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.276099
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