While several established books address introductory radar systems, Principles of Modern Radar: Volume 1 differs from these in its breadth of coverage, its emphasis on current methods (without losing sight of bedrock principles), and its adoption of an appropriate level of quantitative rigor for the intended audience of students and new professional hires.
Principles of Modern Radar: Volume 1 focuses on four key areas:
- Basic concepts, such as the radar range equation and threshold detection;
- Radar signal phenomenlogy, such as radar cross section models, clutter, atmospheric effects, and Doppler effects;
- Descriptions of all major subsystems of modern radars, such as the antenna, transmitter, receiver, including modern architectural elements such as exciters, and advanced signal processors; and
- Signal and data processing basics, from digital signal processing (DSP) fundamentals, through detection, Doppler processing, waveforms and pulse compression, basic imaging concepts, and tracking fundamentals.
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