Features of radar signals reflection by quasiperiodic surface in decameter range of wavelengths are investigated. As a probe signal is used complex signal, matched with a surface frequency coefficient of reflection. The form of radioecho is analyzed. Simulation of radar signals back-scattering from the marine surge surface is conducted. Differences in outcomes of simulation and analytical solutions are considered.
Today, such an aspect of Remote Sensing, as a development methods and devices for sea surface fluctuation parameters remote measurement, is of huge interest. A very important stage of such problem solving is statistical characteristics computer-modeling researching of back-scattered signals (in decameter wave range) from sea surface. The height and length of sea waves are evaluated, via amplitude of envelope and frequency characteristics of the radio pulse signals scattered from the rough sea. The obtained results can be used in oceanography, meteorology and for marine environment.