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  • Jay June 2015

Signal Processing

JayJay
edited June 2015 in RADAR Discussions
RADAR is mostly Antennae, Radio hardware, Display hardware, Communication hardware, and Signal Processing. All but the most eccentric Engineer/Scientist has a thorough grasp of the considerable depth and breadth of RADAR Signal Processing. A PHD is not enough; study, study, study, that is the secret. Where RADAR was birthed in the single mode Analog world of Spark Gap transmitters, huge tubes, and Long Wave propagation, modern RADAR is almost completely Digital [Digital Signal Processing and Software Defined Radio], Multimodal, and MIMO (Multiple Input and Multiple Output (Refers to Antennae and Tuners)). Low cost, high speed personal computers able to leap tall buildings in a single bound provide unprecedented opportunity, opening a whole new country of consumer products as yet unexplored.

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  • JayJay
    edited June 2015
    Signal Processing Techniques for RADAR...
    Signal Conditioning
      Analogue Bandpass Filter
    Channel Equalization
    Linear Least Squares (LLS)
    Adaptive filtering
      Active Noise Control
    Cross-correlation processing
    Discrete Fourier transform
    Two Dimensional Cross Correlation Function (2D-CCF)
    Target Detection
      Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) 
    Line Tracking - Track Association and State Estimation
    Standard and Extended (Unscented) Kalman Filter
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