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SAR imaging of moving targets
A method of forming synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images of moving targets without using any specific knowledge of the target motion is presented. Expand
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Quality factor of general ideal antennas
An expression for the quality factor of an ideal antenna with both TE and TM modes excited is derived and applied to several special cases.
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Electromagnetic beam propagation in turbulent media
  • R. Fante
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1 December 1975
The most recent developments on the propagation of optical beams in a turbulent medium, such as the clear atmosphere, are reviewed. Among the phenomena considered are beam spreading, beam wander,Expand
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Reflection properties of the Salisbury screen
The reflection properties of multiple electric/magnetic Salisbury screens have been studied. Analytical formulae are developed for the maximally flat design of two- and three-screen planar stackupsExpand
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Wideband cancellation of interference in a GPS receive array
  • R. Fante, J. Vaccaro
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Trans. Aerosp. Electron. Syst.
  • 1 April 2000
We have demonstrated that by using an adaptive space-time array the interference from multiple, strong interferers plus multipath can be canceled down close to the noise floor without producing serious loss or distortion of a GPS signal. Expand
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Electromagnetic beam propagation in turbulent media: An update
  • R. Fante
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1 November 1980
In 1975, we reviewed the recent developments on wave propagation in turbulent media. In this paper, we update that paper to include recent results on adaptive optics, intensity scintillations, pulseExpand
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Phase-coded waveforms for radar
This correspondence focuses on the use of phase-coded (PC) waveforms for radar. The authors present tradeoffs between the use of matched versus mismatched filters, loss in signal-to-noise ratioExpand
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Coherent Integration With Range Migration Using Keystone Formatting
We have developed and demonstrated the Keystone format to simultaneously remove linear range migration for all targets regardless of their velocities. Higher order motion and under sampling foldoverExpand
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Cancellation of diffuse jammer multipath by an airborne adaptive radar
Airborne surveillance radars need to operate in an environment that can include the presence of ground clutter, standoff jammers, and diffuse jammer multipath. Expand
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Synthesis of adaptive monopulse patterns
A procedure is developed to simultaneously synthesize sum and difference patterns for space-time adaptive processing (STAP) in such a way that a specified monopulse slope after adaptation is achieved. Expand
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