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EXPLOITATION OF MILLIMETER WAVES FOR THROUGH-WALL SURVEILLANCE DURING MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  title={EXPLOITATION OF MILLIMETER WAVES FOR THROUGH-WALL SURVEILLANCE DURING MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN TABLE OF CONTENTS},
  author={George J. Burton and CD Ppcli and Disclaimer Avertissement},
  year={2000}
}

Detection and localization of persons behind obstacles using M-sequence through-the-wall radar

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