FM/CW radar signals and digital processing
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Published by Environmental Research Laboratories, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Boulder, Colo, Washington .
Written in English


  • Radar,
  • Electronic data processing

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 22)

SeriesNOAA technical report ; ERL 283-WPL 26, NOAA technical report ERL -- 283, NOAA technical report ERL -- 26
ContributionsEnvironmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15474535M

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FM/CW radar signals and digital processing (NOAA technical report ; ERL WPL 26) [Barrick, Donald E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. FM/CW radar signals and digital processing (NOAA technical report ; ERL WPL 26)Author: Donald E Barrick. FM/CW RADAR SIGNALS AND DIGITAL PROCESSING Donald E. Barrick OBJECTIVE The objective of this note is to present a simple and concise analysis—backed by an example—of the application of an FM/CW signal It is shown how both time-delay (range) and format in radar systems. Doppler (radial velocity) information can be extracted unambiguously. Size: 6MB. Continuous-wave radar (CW radar) is a type of radar system where a known stable frequency continuous wave radio energy is transmitted and then received from any reflecting objects. Individual objects are detected using the Doppler effect, which causes the received signal to have a different frequency than the transmission, allowing it to be detected by filtering out the transmitted frequency. FM-CW Radar is a type of Radar which is being developed by the PPET-LIPI for a coastal surveillance. Aspects of obtaining the required information, changing the Radar .

With the advent of modern electronics, the use of Digital Signal Processing is used for most detection processing. The beat signals are passed through an Analog-to-Digital converter, and digital processing is performed on the result. Fast calculating of demodulation and target detecting/tracking is an important issue in radar system by: 2. Signal Processing and Range Spreading in the FM-CW Radar Edmond A. Costa and Russell B. Chadwick ABSTRACT. One- and two-dimensional methods of processing data from the FM/CW radar, through use of Discrete Fourier Transforms, are shown to be subject to the undesirable effect of "range spreading", in whichCited by: 3. 4. Imaging FM-CW radar 5. Non-imaging FM-CW radar Characteristic of FM-CW radar is: The distance measurement is accomplished by comparing the frequency of the received signal to a reference (usually directly the transmission signal). The duration of File Size: KB. For a typical FMCW automotive radar system, a new design of baseband signal processing architecture and algorithms is proposed to overcome the ghost targets and overlapping problems in the multi-target detection scenario. To satisfy the short measurement time constraint without increasing the RF front-end loading, a three-segment waveform with different slopes is by:

Chapter Continuous Wave Radar 13 - 13 Dr. Sheng-Chou Lin Radar System Design CW Ranging •In order to measure range, it is necessary to place a time marker (modulation) in the transmitted signal - amplitude, frequency, phase - Pulsed radar AM. •CW ranging - Frequency-modulated CW (FMCW) - Multiple-frequency CW - Phase-coded-CW •FM-CW radarFile Size: KB. Barriok D () FM/CW radar signal and digital processing. NOAA Technical Reports ERLWPL20; Bi X, Du J () A new waveform for range-velocity decoupling in automotive radar. In: 2nd ICSPS, 5–7 July Cited by: The idea of an FMCW radar has been described long ago [1]. Recently, radars of this type gain much popularity, as they make use of the emerging technologies of high power solid state microwave transmitters and of very fast digital circuits, capable of generating and processing complex signals in File Size: KB. radar signals have been published, as well as some good book chapters. Further-more, the incredible progress in digital signal processing removed many of the constraints that squelched new signal ideas. Thus a new book on radar signals seems long overdue, and we believe that this book .