Angular Glint and the Moving, Rotating, Complex Radar Target

@article{Lindsay1968AngularGA,
  title={Angular Glint and the Moving, Rotating, Complex Radar Target},
  author={James E. Lindsay},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
  year={1968},
  volume={AES-4},
  pages={164-173}
}
  • James E. Lindsay
  • Published 1968 in
    IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic…
Angular glint produces errors in radar-indicated target direction and in the Doppler frequency. Glint arises from phase perturbations of the radar signal echoed from a complex target, as compared to those from a point target. The phase gradient VΦ represents these glint effects very well. The direction of this vector is that of radar angle sensing. The… CONTINUE READING