In this paper we consider the problem of constructing a waveform with globally optimal ambiguity surface properties in a region surrounding the main lobe. We consider Hermite waveforms as the basis functions of our construction algorithm and discuss the problem of minimizing the volume under the ambiguity surface over a certain given region. In the case of… (More)
In this paper we extend Wilcox's classical results to the case of subregions of R 2. This generalization enables us to construct many promising new waveforms with desired ambiguity profiles in the regions being considered.
In this paper, we extend our modification of the Wilcox waveform approximation technique  to the case of prolate spheroidal wave functions. We have previously carried out a corresponding analysis in the case of Hermite waveforms [3, 4].
In this paper, we extend our modification of the waveform approximation technique proposed by Wilcox (1960) to the case of the cross-ambiguity surface. This modification allows the design of a non-linear frequency modulated signal to be transmitted by radar and a corresponding reference signal to be used by the matched filter. This pair is designed so that… (More)