Scope: This text discusses various applications of space time adaptive processing, including applications in OTH-radar, ground target tracking, STAP in real world clutter environments, jammer cancellation, supper-resolution, active sonar, seismics and communications. The book provides a unique overview of the broad field of space-time processing and is divided into two parts: the first dealing with the classical adaptive suppression of airborne and space-based radar clutter, and the second comprising miscellaneous applications in other fields such as communications, underwater sound and seismics.
About the Editor: Richard Klemm received his Dipl.-Ing. and Dr.-Ing. degrees in communications from the Technical University of Berlin in 1968 and 1974 respectively. He currently works for FGAN-FHR, a branch of the German Defence Research Establishment. He has published numerous articles on various aspects of radar and sonar signal processing, and two books on space-time adaptive processing. Richard Klemm is a permanent reviewer for renowned journals and has given numerous invited seminars on STAP in different countries.
This book will be of interest to everyone working in the field of sensor signal processing, in particular postgraduate students, research scientists, system engineers, university teachers and research project managers.
Airborne MTI Radar. Space-Slow Time Processing. Spaceborne MTI Radar. Processing Architectures. Clutter Inhomogeneities. Ground Target Tracking with STAP Radar. Space-Fast Time Techniques. OTH Radar Applications. Seismic and Acoustic Applications. Space-Time Techniques in Communications.