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Least square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions

S. M. Sussman

Least square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions

by S. M. Sussman

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range and Doppler resolution is elegantly captured in the well known ambiguity function and resulting ambiguity diagram as first postulated by Woodward [2]. For many years this has been an invaluable tool in the early stages of ra dar and radar waveform design. Together the radar range equation and the ambiguity function characterise the. S. Sussman. Least-square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions. IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, 3, - 36) D. DeLong, E. Hofstetter. On the design of optimum radar waveforms for clutter rejection. IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, 3, - 37) M.A. Richards. () Fundamentals of radar signal processing. 38).

Title: Ambiguity function of the transmit beamspace-based MIMO radar Date: Language: English Number of pages: 8+60 Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics Professorship: Signal processing technology Code: S Supervisor and advisor: Prof. Sergiy A. Vorobyov We formulate and investigate an ambiguity function (AF) for the transmit. the problem of signal design, based on the desired radar ambiguity function shape: the radar synthesis problem. Wilcox [43] attacked the problem via the techniques of mathematical analysis with some success in , but it was not until around that Walter Schempp started publishing a series of papers culminating in his article [39i and.

ambiguity function with respect to t and f is always equal to unity, from (3). Thus, in view of (2), the ambiguity of a modulation must be spread over unit area of the t-f pleiia at the very least. Raenm modulation and other complicated waveforms are mostly aimed at r'eaucing. Mathematics of Radar Bill Moran 1. Radar Fundamentals Introduction Radar is now used in many applications — meteorology, mapping, air traffic control, ship and aircraft navigation, altimeters on aircraft, police speeding control, etc. It is now being used in the form of ground penetrating radar for mineral exploration and delineation.


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Least square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions by S. M. Sussman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Moreover, the approximations by cross- and autoambiguity functions coincide whenever the desired function has the above symmetry. When an ambiguity function realizable by a known signal is to be approximated on a finite basis, least-square approximation in signal space or in ambiguity-function space leads to equivalent by: Least-square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions When an ambiguity function realizable by a known signal is to be approximated on a finite basis, least-square approximation in signal space or in ambiguity-function space leads to equivalent results.

The relation between the mean-square errors in the two spaces is by: When an ambiguity function realizable by a known signal is to be approximated on a finite basis, least-square approximation in signal space or in ambiguity-function space.

Least-square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions Autorzy. Sussman. When an ambiguity function realizable by a known signal is to be approximated on a finite basis, least-square approximation in signal space or in ambiguity-function space Least square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions book to equivalent results.

The relation between the mean-square errors in the two spaces is obtained. Optimum radar signal synthesis is one of finding a signal (the complex envelope of the radar transmitter waveform), whose ambiguity function has a mag.

According to the important role of the ambiguity function of a signal in performance of match filter bank for detection of targets and estimation of their ranges and velocities, in this paper the thumbtack shape is considered as a desired ambiguity function shape and method of least-squares for synthesis of the ambiguity function is introduced, and then an iterative method.

The synthesis problem for radar ambiguity functions. MRC Tech. Summary ReportUS Army, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (). Reprint: Radar and Sonar, Part 1, The IMA volumes in mathematics and its applications.

In this meaning the radar ambiguity function is the basic tool used for the radar system features testing.

The synthesis procedure of the signal with simultaneous amplitude and phase manipulation is presented in the paper. The procedure is based on the Zak transform that is connected with the radar ambiguity function.

An important characteristic of a cognitive radar is the capability to adjust its transmitted waveform to adapt to the radar environment. The adaptation of the transmit waveform requires an effective framework to synthesize waveforms sharing a desired ambiguity function (AF).

With the volume-invariant property of AF, the integrated sidelobe level (ISL) can only be minimized in a certain.

The projector is a tool for solving least squares problems if function is defined by Euclidean distance. The Features of Littoral Zones S. Sussman, “Least-square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions,” IRE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.

8. () Radar signal ambiguity function extraction and resolution estimation. IEEE 3rd Advanced Information Management, Communicates, Electronic and Automation Control Conference (IMCEC), In this chapter, we study the radar ambiguity function χ (ν, τ), which was defined by ().

We note that the ambiguity function, and thus the accuracy with which we can estimate target range and velocity, is determined by the transmitted waveform. S.M SussmanLeast-square synthesis of radar ambiguity functions (4th Ed.), MRC Tech. Summary Rep.,University of Wisconsin, Madison (April ) Google Scholar.

Radar Functions • Normal radar functions: 1. range (from pulse delay) 2. velocity (from Doppler frequency shift) 3.

angular direction (from antenna pointing) • Signature analysis and inverse scattering: 4. target size (from magnitude of return) 5. target shape and components (return as a function of direction) 6.

moving parts (modulation of. Considering the important role of the ambiguity function (AF) of a signal regarding the performance of a matched filter bank for the detection of targets and the estimation of their ranges and velocities, the thumbtack shape is assumed to be the desirable shape of the AF and the method of least squares for the synthesis of the AF is introduced.

Then, an iterative method. Radar Signals Tutorial II: The Ambiguity Function * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Disadvantage of chirp: delay-Doppler coupling.

For small Doppler shift, the delay location of the peak response is shifted from true delay by: Preferred in situations with ambiguous Doppler shifts. This paper presents a waveform design method using Multi-Tone Sinusoidal Frequency Modulation (MTSFM).

The MTSFM waveform's modulation function is represented using a Fourier series expansion. The Fourier coefficients are generated using independent identically distributed (i.i.d) Gaussian random variables which generate a family of constant amplitude FM.

The reflected signal energy picked up by the radar antenna (operating in the reception mode) is led to a receiver, amplified, and then applied to the vertical deflection plates of a cathode-ray oscilloscope to detect the presence of the radar target and estimate its parameters.

A phase improvement algorithm has been developed to design the non-linear frequency modulated (NLFM) signal for the four windows of Raised-Cosine, Taylor, Chebyshev, and Kaiser.

The authors have already designed NLFM signal by stationary phase method (SPM). The simulation results for the peak sidelobe level of the autocorrelation function in the phase.

Developed from the author’s graduate-level courses, the first edition of this book filled the need for a comprehensive, self-contained, and hands-on treatment of radar systems analysis and design. It quickly became a bestseller and was widely adopted by many professors.

The second edition built on this successful format by rearranging and updating topics and. the ambiguity function A(˝;! o) centered at ˝ o. For multiple point targets we have a superposition of ambiguity functions. A weak target located near a strong target can be masked by the sidelobes of the ambiguity function centered around the strong target.

Picture: Skolnik, ch. 11 Radar Signal Processing.The ambiguity function is derived and its properties useful to radar v1aveforrn analysis are investigated. Synthesis of the phase­ modulated vmveform whose runbiguity function is the minimum mean-square estimate of some desired ambiguity function is accomplished.

by. expanding the phase r11odulation function in an orthogonal series. The.signals with desired ambiguity profiles in the strip containing the time-delay axis.

Keywords: radar waveform design, ambiguity function, bandpass signals, Hermite waveform, nonlinear optimization. 1. Introduction Waveform synthesis has been an important problem in radar design since the publication of Woodward’s book [1], but.