G. Herbert

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  • G. Herbert
  • IEEE International Radar Conference, 2005.
  • 2005
The effects of platform rotation, and in particular antenna rotation, on the performance of space-time adaptive processing (STAP) in clutter limited, forward looking airborne radar applications are considered. The change of shape of the clutter surface in angle-Doppler space as the antenna rotates is critical to the performance of STAP. Theoretical(More)
It is important to maintain low sidelobes where possible when performing adaptive beamforming or STAP in phased array radar systems in order to mitigate the effects of any inadequately suppressed interference. This paper presents a new algorithm for incorporating a low sidelobe pattern synthesis technique into subspace based beamforming methods. It is(More)
STARSIM, an acronym for Space Transportation Activities and Resources SIMulation, is an object-oriented, menu-driven, user-friendly, decision support system for simulating and managing space-shuttle ground processing activities. The purpose of STARSIM is to permit trade-off studies to be perJormed for any set of input parameters (e.g., determining the(More)
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