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Radar Detection Theory of Sliding Window Processes





ISBN 9780367781880
Published March 31, 2021 by CRC Press
400 Pages

 
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Constant false alarm rate detection processes are important in radar signal processing. Such detection strategies are used as an alternative to optimal Neyman-Pearson based decision rules, since they can be implemented as a sliding window process running on a radar range-Doppler map. This book examines the development of such detectors in a modern framework. With a particular focus on high resolution X-band maritime surveillance radar, recent approaches are outlined and examined. Performance is assessed when the detectors are run in real X-band radar clutter. The book introduces relevant mathematical tools to allow the reader to understand the development, and follow its implementation.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Non-coherent Detection. Statistical Structures for Radar Detection. Developed Detection Theory. Constant False Alarm Rate Detection. Advances in X-Band Application. Examples of Performance.

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Biography

Graham V. Weinberg completed his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His doctoral thesis examined distributional approximations of stochastic processes using the Stein-Chen method. After a short period in telecommunications research at the University of Adelaide, he joined Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia. In the capacity of a scientist, he has undertaken research into radar detection issues arising from airborne high resolution X-band maritime surveillance platforms. To further continue his professional development, he has also completed a Master’s degree in signal and information processing through the University of Adelaide, Australia. His research interests include CFAR, coherent multi-look radar detection and the mathematics of radar signal processing. He has published extensively and is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK.