Gain-constrained adaptive pulse compression via an MVDR framework

  title={Gain-constrained adaptive pulse compression via an MVDR framework},
  author={Thomas Higgins and Shannon D. Blunt and Karl Gerlach},
  journal={2009 IEEE Radar Conference},
Much work has been done to discover pulse compression methods that alleviate the effects of range sidelobes, though pulse compression filters that deviate from the matched filter suffer from varying degrees of mismatch loss. The Minimum Mean-Square Error (MMSE) based Adaptive Pulse Compression (APC) algorithm is capable of suppressing range sidelobes into the noise by employing a unique pulse compression filter for each range cell. Recently, Fast APC (FAPC) has been developed to reduce the… CONTINUE READING
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