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By P. Lacomme, J.C. Marchais, J.P. Hardange, E. Normant

This new name offers a entire account of the present kingdom of the most different types of airborne and spaceborne radar platforms. every one procedure is roofed by way of the elemental radar ideas, services and houses, in addition to the radar's function in the total approach and challenge. Given altering operational requisites, the authors additionally give some thought to how radar may possibly evolve into the long run. The publication merits from the information of the writer group, who're operating in an organization thought of to be a centre of excellence for advertisement radar improvement.

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The power captured by this antenna is radiated omnidirectionally without loss. The value of σ, known as the Radar Cross Section (RCS), is such that the power captured by the radar receiver is the same as when the model is used in place of the real target. This example is an ideal illustration of backscattering for this particular configuration. However, as we shall see later, the value of σ represents the target for this configuration only. The slightest alteration of this configuration can cause major modifications to σ.

Swerling Model III The target fluctuates in accordance with the function σ 4σ −2 p(σ ) = 2 e σ σ with decorrelation from one scan to the next (the case of a target with a single dominant scatterer). Swerling Model IV Target fluctuation is the same as in Model III but with decorrelation from pulse to pulse. 6 shows real aircraft RCS measurements in S band. 5 Mathematical Modeling of the Received Signal The power of the received signal is not sufficient to define the optimal processing required for its detection, and we must determine the mathematical expression of this signal.

3 W ------------------  ( π ) 5  *U λ - yields the power budget Replacing Sef with ----------π  3U * W *U λ σ -. 3 W --------------------  ( π ) 5 Remarks • For a monostatic radar (one that uses the same antenna for transmission and reception), Gt = Gr = G. • • Pe and Pr designate either peak power and mean power. For ease of measurement, transmitted power is generally measured directly at the transmitter output, and received power is measured directly at the receiver input. 3). /DFRPPH5DGDUERRN 3DJH  0RQGD\ )HEUXDU\    30 Chapter 3 — The RADAR Equation 25 lt Pt lr Pr Transmitter l = lt .

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