Principles Of Modern Radar

Author: Mark A. Richards
Editor: IET
ISBN: 1891121529
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Dr. John Milan, radar consultant; formerly 36 years with ITT Gilfillan, IEEE AESS Radar Systems Panel --

Principles Of Modern Radar

Author: James A. Scheer
Editor: Scitech Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781613532010
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This series will appeal to radar practitioners within military or government. The first volume was written as a textbook for courses in radar systems and technology and the second volume is aimed at practicing radar engineers and graduate level students. The third volume is designed to serve as a self-contained reference for those aiming to become experts in an advanced technology or application area. POMR: Radar Applications Volume 3 includes concise descriptions of the purposes, principal issues and radar methods found in a wide variety of current radar types. POMR: Advanced Techniques Volume 2 is a professional reference for practicing engineers that provides a stepping stone to advanced practice. POMR: Basic Principles Volume 1 focuses on 4 keys areas; basic concepts, radar signal phenomenology, major subsystems of modern radars and signal and data processing basics.

Principles Of Modern Radar

Author: Jerry Eaves
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9781461291701
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This book, Principles of Modern Radar, has as its genesis a Georgia Tech short course of the same title. This short course has been presented an nually at Georgia Tech since 1969, and a very comprehensive set of course notes has evolved during that seventeen year period. The 1986 edition of these notes ran to 22 chapters, and all of the authors involved, except Mr. Barrett, were full time members of the Georgia Tech research faculty. After considerable encouragement from various persons at the university and within the radar community, we undertook the task of editing the course notes for formal publication. The contents of the book that ensued tend to be practical in nature, since each contributing author is a practicing engineer or scientist and each was selected to write on a topic embraced by his area(s) of expertise. Prime examples are Chaps. 2, 5, and 10, which were authored by E. F. Knott, G. W. Ewell, and N. C. Currie, respectively. Each of these three researchers is rec ognized in the radar community as an expert in the technical area that his chap ter addresses, and each had already authored and published a major book on his subject. Several other contributing authors, including Dr. Bodnar, Mr. Bruder, Mr. Corriher, Dr. Reedy, Dr. Trebits, and Mr. Scheer, also have major book publications to their credit.

Principles Of Modern Radar

Author: Mark A. Richards
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ISBN: 9781613531488
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This three-volume resource is a comprehensive and modern textbook for courses in radar systems and technology at the college senior and graduate student level; a professional training textbook for formal in-house courses for new hires; a reference for ongoing study following a radar short course; and a self-study and professional reference. Volume 1 provides fundamental discussions of radar operation; Volume 2 discusses key aspects of radar signal processing, waveforms, and other important radar techniques critical to the performance of current and future radar systems; and Volume 3 describes fifteen different system applications or class of applications in more detail than can be found in Volumes 1 or 2. --

Modern Radar Systems

Author: Hamish Meikle
Editor: Artech House
ISBN: 1596932430
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This revised and updated edition offers complete and up-to-date coverage of modern radar systems, including new material on accuracy, resolution, and convolution and correlation. The book features more than 540 illustrations (drawn in Maple V) that offer a greater understanding of various waveforms, and other two- and three-dimensional functions, to help you more accurately analyze radar system performance.

Principles Of Modern Radar

Author: Jerry Eaves
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461319714
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This book, Principles of Modern Radar, has as its genesis a Georgia Tech short course of the same title. This short course has been presented an nually at Georgia Tech since 1969, and a very comprehensive set of course notes has evolved during that seventeen year period. The 1986 edition of these notes ran to 22 chapters, and all of the authors involved, except Mr. Barrett, were full time members of the Georgia Tech research faculty. After considerable encouragement from various persons at the university and within the radar community, we undertook the task of editing the course notes for formal publication. The contents of the book that ensued tend to be practical in nature, since each contributing author is a practicing engineer or scientist and each was selected to write on a topic embraced by his area(s) of expertise. Prime examples are Chaps. 2, 5, and 10, which were authored by E. F. Knott, G. W. Ewell, and N. C. Currie, respectively. Each of these three researchers is rec ognized in the radar community as an expert in the technical area that his chap ter addresses, and each had already authored and published a major book on his subject. Several other contributing authors, including Dr. Bodnar, Mr. Bruder, Mr. Corriher, Dr. Reedy, Dr. Trebits, and Mr. Scheer, also have major book publications to their credit.

An Introduction To Passive Radar

Author: Hugh D. Griffiths
Editor: Artech House
ISBN: 1630814318
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Developed by recognized experts in the field, this first-of-its-kind resource introduces the basic principles of passive radar technology and provides an overview of recent developments in this field and existing real passive radar systems. This book explains how passive radar works, how it differs from the active type, and demonstrates the benefits and drawbacks of this novel technology. Properties of illuminators, including ambiguity functions, digital vs. analog, digitally-coded waveforms, vertical-plane coverage, and satellite-borne and radar illuminators are explored. Readers find practical guidance on direct signal suppression, passive radar performance prediction, and detection and tracking. This book provides concrete examples of systems and results, including analog TV, FM radio, cell phone base stations, DVB–T and DAB, HF skywave transmissions, indoor WiFi, satellite-borne illuminators, and low-cost scientific remote sensing. Future developments and applications of passive radar are also presented.

Radar For Indoor Monitoring

Author: Moeness Amin
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351651382
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This book aims to capture recent advances and breakthroughs in in-home radar monitoring of human motions and activities. It addresses three key attributes of radar for in-door human monitoring, namely: motion classification including fall, detection of vital signs, and categorization of human gait for risk assessment and progression of physical impairments and disabilities. It explores recent developments in radar technology for human monitoring inside homes and residences. The reader will learn enhanced detection and classification techniques of radar signals associated with human micro- and macro-motions. Furthermore, the book includes examples using real data collected from healthy individuals, patients, and retirement communities based on the subject Doppler and range information, and using different single and multi-antenna radar system configurations. Results are also presented using modeled data based on biomechanics and kinematics. Indoor monitoring is further demonstrated using alternative technologies of infrared sensors and RF signals of opportunities.

Ict Analysis And Applications

Author: Simon Fong
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811583544
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This book proposes new technologies and discusses future solutions for ICT design infrastructures, as reflected in high-quality papers presented at the 5th International Conference on ICT for Sustainable Development (ICT4SD 2020), held in Goa, India, on 23-24 July 2020. The conference provided a valuable forum for cutting-edge research discussions among pioneering researchers, scientists, industrial engineers, and students from all around the world. Bringing together experts from different countries, the book explores a range of central issues from an international perspective.

Handbook Of Defence Electronics And Optronics

Author: Anil K. Maini
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119184703
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Handbook of Defence Electronics and Optronics Anil K. Maini, Former Director, Laser Science and Technology Centre, India First complete reference on defence electronics and optronics Fundamentals, Technologies and Systems This book provides a complete account of defence electronics and optronics. The content is broadly divided into three categories: topics specific to defence electronics; topics relevant to defence optronics; and topics that have both electronics and optronics counterparts. The book covers each of the topics in their entirety from fundamentals to advanced concepts, military systems in use and related technologies, thereby leading the reader logically from the operational basics of military systems to involved technologies and battlefield deployment and applications. Key features: • Covers fundamentals, operational aspects, involved technologies and application potential of a large cross-section of military systems. Discusses emerging technology trends and development and deployment status of next generation military systems wherever applicable in each category of military systems. • Amply illustrated with approximately 1000 diagrams and photographs and around 30 tables. • Includes salient features, technologies and deployment aspects of hundreds of military systems, including: military radios; ground and surveillance radars; laser range finder and target designators; night visions devices; EW and EO jammers; laser guided munitions; and military communications equipment and satellites. Handbook of Defence Electronics and Optronics is an essential guide for graduate students, R&D scientists, engineers engaged in manufacturing defence equipment and professionals handling the operation and maintenance of these systems in the Armed Forces.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Author: Ella Atkins
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118866452
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Covering the design, development, operation and mission profiles of unmanned aircraft systems, this single, comprehensive volume forms a complete, stand-alone reference on the topic. The volume integrates with the online Wiley Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, providing many new and updated articles for existing subscribers to that work.

Advanced Ultrawideband Radar

Author: James D. Taylor
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1315356570
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This book presents the latest theory, developments, and applications related to high resolution materials-penetrating sensor systems. An international team of expert researchers explains the problems and solutions for developing new techniques and applications. Subject areas include ultrawideband (UWB) signals propagation and scattering, materials-penetrating radar techniques for small object detection and imaging, biolocation using holographic techniques, tomography, medical applications, nondestructive testing methods, electronic warfare principles, through-the-wall radar propagation effects, and target identification through measuring the target return signal spectrum changes.

Monopulse Radar Theory And Practice Second Edition

Author: Samuel M. Sherman
Editor: Artech House
ISBN: 160807174X
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Monopulse is a type of radar that sends additional information in the signal in order to avoid problems caused by rapid changes in signal strength. Monopulse is resistant to jamming which is one of the main reasons it is used in most radar systems today. This updated and expanded edition of an Artech House classic offers you a current and comprehensive treatment of monopulse radar principles, techniques, and applications. The Second Edition features two brand new chapters, covering monopulse countermeasures and counter-countermeasures and monopulse for airborne radar and homing seekers. This essential volume categorizes and describes the various forms of monopulse radar, and analyzes their capabilities and limitations. The book also devotes considerable space to monopulse circuits and hardware components, explaining their functions and performance. This practical resource features numerous photographs and illustrations drawn from actual radar systems and components. This book serves as a valuable reference for both experienced radar engineers and those new to the field.

Intelligent Decision Technologies

Author: KES International. Symposium on Intelligent Decision Technologies
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9811627657
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This book contains selected papers from the KES-IDT-2021 conference, being held as a virtual conference in June 14-16, 2021. The KES-IDT is an interdisciplinary conference with opportunities for the presentation of new research results and discussion about them under the common title "Intelligent Decision Technologies". The conference has been creating for years a platform for knowledge transfer and the generation of new ideas in the field of intelligent decision making. The range of topics discussed during the conference covered methods of classification, prediction, data analysis, big data, decision support, knowledge engineering, modeling, social networks and many more in areas such as finance, economy, management and transportation. The discussed topics covered also decision making for problems regarding the electric vehicle industry. The book contains also several sections devoted to specific topics, such as Advances in intelligent data processing and its applications Multi-criteria decision analysis methods Knowledge engineering in large-scale systems High-dimensional data analysis Spatial data analysis and sparse estimation Innovative technologies and applications in computer intelligence Intelligent diagnosis and monitoring of systems Decision making theory for economics.

Automotive Ethernet

Author: Kirsten Matheus
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108902154
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Learn about the latest developments in Automotive Ethernet technology and implementation with this fully revised third edition. Including 20% new material and greater technical depth, coverage is expanded to include detailed explanations of the new PHY technologies 10BASE-T1S (including multidrop) and 2.5, 5, and 10GBASE-T1, discussion of EMC interference models, and description of the new TSN standards for automotive use. Featuring details of security concepts, an overview of power saving possibilities with Automotive Ethernet, and explanation of functional safety in the context of Automotive Ethernet. Additionally provides an overview of test strategies and main lessons learned. Industry pioneers share the technical and non-technical decisions that have led to the success of Automotive Ethernet, covering everything from electromagnetic requirements and physical layer technologies, QoS, and the use of VLANs, IP and service discovery, to network architecture and testing. The guide for engineers, technical managers and researchers designing components for in-car electronics, and those interested in the strategy of introducing a new technology.

Introduction To Modern Ew Systems Second Edition

Author: Andrea De Martino
Editor: Artech House
ISBN: 1630815152
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In answer to great demand, Artech House is proud to bring professionals a newly revised and updated edition of the bestselling book Introduction to Modern EW Systems. The Second Edition has been greatly expanded to include a wealth of new material, from remote piloted airborne systems, directed energy weapons, and non-cooperative air surveillance...to EW radar band sensor next generation architectures, real-time data links, and smart jamming. This authoritative resource provides engineers and students with the latest electronic warfare (EW) techniques and technologies related to on-board military platforms. Practitioners gain expert design guidance on technologies and equipment used to detect and identify emitter threats, offering an advantage in the never-ending chess game between sensor guided weapons and EW systems. This unique book provides deeper insight into EW systems principles of operation and their mathematical descriptions, arming professionals with better knowledge for their specific design applications. Moreover, readers get practical information on how to counter modern communications data links which provide connectivity and command flow among the armed forces in the battlefield. Taking a sufficiently broad perspective, this comprehensive volume offers a panoramic view of the various physical domains RF, Infrared, and electronics that are present in modern electronic warfare systems. This in-depth book is supported with over 340 illustrations and more than 450 equations.

Understanding Earth Observation

Author: Domenico Solimini
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319256335
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This volume addresses the physical foundation of remote sensing. The basic grounds are presented in close association with the kinds of environmental targets to monitor and with the observing techniques. The book aims at plugging the quite large gap between the thorough and quantitative description of electromagnetic waves interacting with the Earth's environment and the user applications of Earth observation. It is intended for scientifically literate students and professionals who plan to gain a first understanding of remote sensing data and of their information content.

Advances In Signal Processing Reviews Book Series Vol 1

Author: Sergey Yurish
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 8409043297
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The principles of signal processing are using widely in telecommunications, control systems, sensors, smartphones, tablets, TV, video- and photo-cameras, computers, audio systems, etc. Written by 43 experienced and well-respected experts from universities, research centres and industry from 14 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Ecuador, France, Japan, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Ukraine and USA the 'Advances is Signal Processing: Reviews', Vol. 1, Book Series, contains 13 chapters from the signals and systems theory to real-world applications. The authors discuss existing issues and ways to overcome these problems as well as the new challenges arising in the field. The book concludes with methods for the efficient implementation of algorithms in hardware and software. The advantages and disadvantages of different approaches are presented in the context of practical examples.

Radar Networks

Author: Hai Deng
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0429525893
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Radar networks are increasingly regarded as an efficient approach to enhancing radar capabilities in the face of popular anti-radar techniques and hostile operating environments. Reader-friendly and self-contained, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the latest radar networking technologies. The text addresses basic, relevant aspects of radar signal processing and statistical theories, including both civilian and military radar applications. It also discusses emerging topics that directly relate to networks, such as multiple-input–multiple-output (MIMO) radars, waveform design, and diversity via multiple transmitters. Other topics covered include target recognition and imaging using radar networks. Features Gives a comprehensive view of the latest radar network technologies Covers both civilian and military applications of radar Provides basic statistics and signal processing necessary for understanding radar networks Includes up-to-date information on MIMO radars Presents waveform design and diversity for radar networks with multiple transmitters

Radar Cross Section Measurements

Author: Eugene F. Knott
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468499041
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The original campus of the University of Michigan was nearly a perfect square about a half-mile along a side. A street-sized walk, appropriately called the Diag, runs diagonally across this square, connecting its southeast and northwest corners. In 1904 a new engineering building was either started or finished (I do not remember which) to house classrooms. When another engineering building was built on the expanded campus across the street from it many years later, the old building came to be known as West Engine, to distinguish it from the new East Engine. Old West Engine is (or maybe by now, was) a four-story, L-shaped structure that stood at the southeast corner of the original campus. It was built with an arch in it to straddle the Diag at the apex of the L. You walked over the Engineering Arch to get from one leg of the L to the other if you were inside the building, and you walked under it when you entered the campus from the southeast corner. Affixed to the masonry wall of the arch was a plaque I often noted in passing. It bore a quote attributed to Horace Greeley (1811-1872), who I did not know at the time was the founder, editor, and publisher of the New York Tribune. It said, simply, Young man, when theory and practice differ, use your horse sense. The suggestion seems worthy of an exclamation point instead of a period, but I do not remember if it had one.