Sea Clutter: Scattering, the K Distribution and Radar Performance (Ward, K.D., et al.; 2006) [Book Review]

@article{Griffiths2007SeaCS,
  title={Sea Clutter: Scattering, the K Distribution and Radar Performance (Ward, K.D., et al.; 2006) [Book Review]},
  author={Hugh D. Griffiths},
  journal={IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={28-28}
}
Radar sea clutter has been studied since the earliest days of radar; the ability to represent the backscatter from the sea surface in statistical terms, and hence to predict radar performance, is central to the problem of detection of small targets on the sea surface. Various models have been developed and used over the years, but a significant advance was the introduction in 1981 by Keith Ward (one of the authors of this book) of the compound form of the K-distribution clutter model.* This has… CONTINUE READING
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