8 July 2016 Optimal radar waveform design for moving target
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An optimal radar waveform-design method is proposed to detect moving targets in the presence of clutter and noise. The clutter is split into moving and static parts. Radar-moving target/clutter models are introduced and combined with Neyman–Pearson criteria to design optimal waveforms. Results show that optimal waveform for a moving target is different with that for a static target. The combination of simple-frequency signals could produce maximum detectability based on different noise-power spectrum density situations. Simulations show that our algorithm greatly improves signal-to-clutter plus noise ratio of radar system. Therefore, this algorithm may be preferable for moving target detection when prior information on clutter and noise is available.
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Binqi Zhu, Yesheng Gao, Kaizhi Wang, Xingzhao Liu, "Optimal radar waveform design for moving target," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 10(3), 035002 (8 July 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.10.035002 . Submission:
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