INVERSE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR EBOOK

INVERSE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR EBOOK

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Focusing on the inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) imaging of targets with complex motion, this paper proposes a modified version of the. Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) is a powerful radar signal processing that is able to form e.m. images of moving targets. ISAR processing is often. PDF | On Jan 1, , Marco Martorella and others published Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar.


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The sidelobes are due to data truncation and can be reduced by the application of appropriate window functions. The sidelobes can cause significant image degradation.

First, the peaks of the stronger sidelobes may cause a string of progressively weaker targets to appear on either side of a strong target. Second, the inverse synthetic aperture radar power of all sidelobes tends to fog or washout detail in low RCS areas.

The integrated sidelobe level can under poor conditions reach a level 10 dB below the peak target return.

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Frequency and azimuth sampling inverse synthetic aperture radar Incorrectly selected frequency or aspect deltas will result in aliased imagescreating spurious targets.

The SIM program described earlier specifically monitors for aliening errors effectively eliminating this error source.

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Aberrations in the geometry result when the antenna phase center position is dependent upon the antenna aspect or Inverse synthetic aperture radar frequency. This error source is normally controlled by using small, simple antennas over narrow frequency bands at long ranges.

First order corrections to frequency dispersive antennas such as log periodic can be handled by phase correcting the received signal. Full correction of the aberrations can be accomplished by a direct integration of the ISAR transform using the aberrated geometry.

INVERSE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR EBOOK

Dispersive targets have a non-minimum phase response, appearing to inverse synthetic aperture radar in position with RF frequency. Real-time implementation of inverse synthetic aperture radar imaging using field programmable gate array and digital signal processors.

Inverse synthetic aperture radar ISAR imaging plays an important role in modern radar systems.

INVERSE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR EBOOK

It is a powerful tool to surveil the air and space targets under all-weather and day-and-night conditions. Unless 3D ISAR is performed, the vertical target extent at right angles to the horizontal synthetic aperture must fit within the vertical far field limit.

Tall targets will defocus and move to incorrect positions. ISAR image quality is degraded by range and azimuth compression side lobes. The sidelobes are due to data truncation and can be reduced by the application of appropriate window functions. The sidelobes can cause significant image degradation.

First, the peaks of the stronger inverse synthetic aperture radar may cause a string of progressively weaker targets to appear on either side of a strong target.

Inverse synthetic aperture radar

Second, the combined power of all sidelobes tends to fog or washout detail inverse synthetic aperture radar low RCS areas. The integrated sidelobe level can under poor conditions reach a level 10 dB below the peak target return.

Frequency and azimuth sampling errors: Incorrectly selected frequency or aspect deltas will result in aliased imagescreating spurious targets.

The SIM program described earlier specifically monitors for aliening errors effectively eliminating this error source. Inverse synthetic aperture radar in the geometry result when the antenna phase center position is dependent upon the antenna aspect or RF frequency.

This error source is normally controlled by using small, simple antennas over narrow frequency bands at long ranges.