Advanced radar techniques and systems by Gaspare Galati

By Gaspare Galati

This significant reference quantity comprises 13 gigantic themes, contributed via 9 prime researchers (from 6 international locations around the world (including contributions from Europe, Japan and the USA). parts of insurance contain: process structure, layout, muddle and suppression, surveillance and artificial aperture radars, detection, rejection of jamming, objective id, phased and matched arrays, and radar sign processing. Contributions are entire mathematically and lots of contain distinctive appendices.

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143) that is, the simple arithmetic mean of the samples (sample mean). The estimate does not depend on the noise variance O2. 144) so that, as is intuitive, the precision of the estimate is improved as TV increases. Let us now find the CRLB for the stated problem. e. 1(0) = — E[L"(x\0)] is used. 145) So we have obtained the important result that this ML estimator is efficient, in the sense that it satisfies the CRLB with the equality sign. 4 Comments on the application of the maximum likelihood estimation with one example^ The examples of the application of ML estimation shown before lead to solutions in closed form, that is 0ML is expressed as a well-defined function of the observations.

T. 178) where P is the complex pseudoinverse of A. It is readily found that if M = N, thcnP = A~l. In some cases it is possible to know in advance that some measurements must have more importance than others in defining the error: this is accomplished by introducing coefficients (weights) that multiply each term of the error expression. 179) the (MX M) matrix (WW ) is often defined in the literature as the 'weight matrix'; its direct definition is not immediately obvious, but is easy to understand the meaning of each term starting from the weights vector.

The integration variable. The computation of the integral of the right hand side of eqn. 208) Using eqn. 210) where rj is a constant. 10 Case of coherent detection (a) and unknown initial phase (b) This means that in practical radar and sonar applications, in which the initial phase is uniformly distributed, the optimum detector includes the computation of the inner product of the received sequence z with the weighting vector W0 defined by eqn. 205 and the comparison of the modulus of the inner product with a threshold.

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