A. D. Pluzhnikov

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It is shown that an increased scanning rate permits to transform the target range differences into the spatial differences of echo signals (the aperture phase-distribution differences). This provides the spatial resolution of the signals (in particular, with the equality of angular coordinates of the echo reflectors) and the spatial suppression of clutter.(More)
In conjunction with the problem of the target extraction from clutter with quasi-continuous radiation, the analysis of the space-time radar signal processing was performed. The analysis was performed for the case of non-isotropic array elements. The calculation results of the optimized receiving antenna pattern and the attained signal-to-noise ratio for the(More)
In conjunction with the problem of the target selection on a clutter background with quasi-continuous radiation, the analysis of the spatial radar signal processing is made. The analysis is made for a case of non-isotropic array elements. The calculation results of the optimized receiving antenna pattern and the attained signal-to-noise ratio for the(More)
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