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4 April 2008 Ka-band clutter measurements of urban environments
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Measurements were performed by The Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to characterize the statistical and discrete radar clutter at Ka-Band frequencies associated with urban environments for the purpose of investigating the associated backscatter physics and to generate statistics of large extended targets. The measurement data will be used to develop waveform and radar signal processing requirements for Ka-Band radar sensors in urban operational environments. The peak Radar Cross Section (RCS) statistics for urban clutter data are presented as Probability Distribution Functions and Cumulative Distribution Functions.
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Robert J. Tan and Thomas J. Pizzillo "Ka-band clutter measurements of urban environments", Proc. SPIE 6947, Radar Sensor Technology XII, 694704 (4 April 2008);


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