Printed on acid-free paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Mahafza, Bassem R. MATLAB simulations for radar systems design / Bassem R. Radar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB. Author: Bassem R. Mahafza Hung D. Ly, Qilian Liang, Spatial-temporal-frequency diversity in radar. Baixe grátis o arquivo MATLAB Simulations for Radar Systems Design – Bassem R. Mahafza & Atef Z. enviado por Heitor no curso de Engenharia.
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Radar—Equipment and supplies—Design and construction—Data processing. However, a strong presentation of the theory is provided so that the reader will be equipped with the necessary background to perform radar systems analysis. The organization of this book is intended to teach a conceptual design process of radars and related trade-off analysis and calculations.
It is mtlab to serve as an engineering reference for radar engineers working in the field of radar systems. The MATLABfi1 code provided in this mstlab is designed to provide the user with hands-on experience in radar systems, analysis and design.
A radar design case study is introduced in Chapter 1 and carried throughout the text, where the authors view of how to design this radar is detailed and analyzed.
Trade off analyses and calculations are performed. Part I provides a comprehensive mahaza of radar systems, analyses and design. A design case study, which is carried throughout the text, is introduced in Chapter 1. In each chapter the authors view of how to design the case-study radar is presented based on the theory covered up to that point in the book. This part will maharza as a valuable tool to mhafza and radar engineers in helping them understand radar systems, design process.
This includes 1 learning how to go about selecting different radar parameters to meet the design requirements; 2 performing detailed trade-off analysis in the context of radar sizing, modes of operations, frequency selection, waveforms and signal processing; 3 establishing and developing loss and error budgets associated with the design; and 4 generating an in-depth understanding of radar operations and design philosophy.
Additionally, Part I includes several mini design case studies pertinent to different chapters in order to help enhance understanding of radar design in the context of the material presented in different chapters. For product information, please contact: For this purpose, follow this procedure: Chapter 1 describes the most mahaafza terms used in radar systems, such as range, range resolution, and Doppler frequency.
This raxar develops the radar range equation. Chapter 2 is intended to provide an overview of the radar probability of detection calculations and related topics.
Coherent and non-coherent integration are also introduced. Cumulative probability of detection analysis is in this chapter. Visit 2 of the design case study MyRadar is introduced. Range Resolution HRR waveforms and stepped frequency waveforms are also analyzed. The concept of the Matched Filter Mahzfza is introduced and analyzed.
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Chapter 4 presents in detail the principles associated with the radar ambiguity function. Raddar includes the ambiguity function for single pulse, Linear Frequency Modulated pulses, train of unmodulated pulses, Barker codes, and PRN codes. Pulse compression is introduced in Chapter 5.
Both the MF and the stretch processors are analyzed. Chapter 6 contains treatment of the concepts of clutter.
This includes both surface and volume clutter. Delay line cancelers implementation to mitigate the effects of clutter is analyzed. Chapter 8 presents detailed analysis of Phased Arrays.
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Planar arrays, with various grid configurations, are also presented. Chapter 9 discusses target tracking radar systems. The first part of this chapter covers the subject of single target tracking. Topics such as sequential lobing, conical scan, monopulse, and range tracking are discussed in rxdar.
The second part of this chapter introduces multiple target tracking mahafaz. Fixed gain tracking filters such as the and the filters are presented in detail. The concept of the Kalman filter is introduced.
Special cases of the Kalman filter are analyzed in depth. Topics such as self screening and stand off jammers are presented. RCS dependency on aspect angle, frequency, and polarization is discussed. The target scattering matrix is developed. RCS formulas for many simple objects are presented. Complex object RCS is discussed, and target fluctuation models are introduced. Chapter 12 is coauthored with Dr. The topics of this chapter include: Finally Chapter 13 presents an overview of signal processing.
Using the material presented in this book and the MATLAB code designed by the authors by any entity or person is strictly at will. The authors and the publisher are neither liable nor responsible for any material or non-material losses, loss of wages, personal or property damages of any kind, or for any other type of damages of any and all types that may be incurred by using this book. The authors first would like to thank God for giving us the endurance and perseverance to complete this work.
Many thanks are due to mtlab families who have given up and sacrificed many hours in order to allow us to complete this book. The authors would like to also thank all of our colleagues and friends for their support during the preparation of this book. The Radar Equation 1. Radar Reference Range 1.
Mini Design Case Study 1. Detection Range with Pulse Integration 1. Transmit and Receive Losses 1. Antenna Pattern Loss and Scan Loss 1. A Design Alternative 1. Range and Doppler Ambiguities 1A.
Resolving Range Ambiguity 1A. Detection in the Presence of Noise 2. Probability of False Alarm 2. Probability of Detection 2. Mini Design Case Study 2. Detection of Fluctuating Targets 2. Probability of Detection Calculation 2. Detection of Swerling V Targets 2. Detection of Swerling I Targets 2. Detection of Swerling IV Targets 2. The Radar Equation Revisited 2.
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Cumulative Probability of Detection 2. Single Pulse per Frame Design Option 2. Non-Coherent Integration Design Option 2. The Analytic Signal 3. CW and Pulsed Waveforms 3. Linear Frequency Modulation Waveforms 3. High Range Resolution 3. Stepped Frequency Waveforms 3. Effect of Target Velocity 3. The Matched Filter 3.
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Waveform Resolution and Ambiguity 3. Combined Range and Doppler Resolution 3. Myradar Design Case Study – Visit 3 3. Mahafza Heitor row Enviado por: Parte 1 de 5.