Geometry-Induced Range-Dependence Compensation for Bistatic STAP with Conformal Arrays

  title={Geometry-Induced Range-Dependence Compensation for Bistatic STAP with Conformal Arrays},
  author={Philippe Ries and Fabian D. Lapierre and Jacques G. Verly},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
Radar space-time adaptive processing (STAP) is a well-suited technique to detect slow-moving targets in the presence of a strong interference background. We consider STAP for a radar operating in a bistatic radar configuration and collecting returns with a conformal antenna array (CAA). The statistics of the secondary data snapshots used to estimate the optimum weight vector are not identically distributed with respect to range, thus preventing the STAP processor from achieving its optimum… CONTINUE READING
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