Pulse to Pulse Stability of Solid State Transmitter Module for Radars Application

@article{Salmer1998PulseTP,
  title={Pulse to Pulse Stability of Solid State Transmitter Module for Radars Application},
  author={Christophe Salmer and PH. Eudeline and P. A. Rolland},
  journal={1998 28th European Microwave Conference},
  year={1998},
  volume={2},
  pages={79-84}
}
Pulse to pulse stability, an important characteristic of transmitter radar is characterized by the level of phase and amplitude variation between successive pulses of a burst of microwave signal. This variation of phase and amplitude determines directly detection limit of targets with very low RCS in presence of sub-clutter. Pulse to pulse instability can be related to external or intrinsic causes. This characteristic has to be quantified for all radar transmitter. For that, several methods can… CONTINUE READING
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