A spectrally clean transmitting system for solid-state phased-array radars

@article{Faust2004ASC,
  title={A spectrally clean transmitting system for solid-state phased-array radars},
  author={H. Faust and Bairbre Connolly and T. M. Firestone and R. C. Chen and B. Cantrell and E. L. Mokole},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Radar Conference (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37509)},
  year={2004},
  pages={140-144}
}
Navy radar operations are being curtailed in a littoral environment. This is due to two factors: the encroachment of cell phone systems into the naval radar bands; in-band interference from other radars. The spectral width of most pulsed radars is significantly wider than necessary with present modulation schemes. Most radars utilize some form of constant envelope pulse with phase or frequency modulation. This causes the spectrum to broaden to several times the information bandwidth. If both… CONTINUE READING
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