Waveform processing-domain diversity and ATR

@article{Baker2011WaveformPD,
  title={Waveform processing-domain diversity and ATR},
  author={Chris J. Baker and Michael R. Inggs and Amit Kumar Mishra},
  journal={2011 19th European Signal Processing Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={431-435}
}
Classification of targets by radar has proved to be notoriously difficult with the best systems still yet to attain sufficiently high levels of performance and reliability. In this paper we take cues from nature to propose and examine a novel approach to target classification, based on diversity, as applied in the waveform processing domain. In the new approach, data is processed in multiple, different, forms, in parallel. The two forms that we have exploited in this work are the time and space… CONTINUE READING
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