Virtual polarisation adaptation a method of increasing the detection capability of a radar system through polarisation-vector processing

@inproceedings{Poelman1981VirtualPA,
  title={Virtual polarisation adaptation a method of increasing the detection capability of a radar system through polarisation-vector processing},
  author={Astrid Poelman},
  year={1981}
}
The ratio of the average target-signal power to the average unwanted-signal power at the input of a radar detection receiver can be significantly increased by applying the method of clutter/interference suppression described in the paper. The polarisation state of the emissions, the object-backscatter field, and the interference field are all taken into account in a technique referred to as `virtual adaptation? of the polarisation state of the transmit and receive antennas. This technique can… CONTINUE READING

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