Book title: Novel Radar Techniques and Applications Volume 1: Real Aperture Array Radar, Imaging Radar, and Passive and Multistatic Radar
Author: Richard Klemm, Ulrich Nickel, Christoph Gierull and Pierfrancesco Lombardo (Eds.)
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Novel Radar Techniques and Applications presents the state-of-the-art in advanced radar, with emphasis on ongoing novel research and development and contributions from an international team of leading radar experts. Each section gives an overview of the latest research and perspectives of the future, and includes a number of chapters dedicated to specific techniques in conjunction with existing operational, experimental or conceptual applications.
Volume 1 covers:
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Richard Klemm has recently retired after a distinguished career at FGAN FHR (now Fraunhofer FHR), a research institute working in the areas defence and security, and decades of service to the radar community. In his spare time Richard Klemm is a passionate classical pianist.
Ulrich Nickel has recently retired after a career as head of the research group Data Fusion for Array Sensors of the Sensor Data and Information Fusion (SDF) department of Fraunhofer FKIE in Wachtberg, Germany.
Christoph H. Gierull is a Senior Scientist with Defence R&D Canada, Ottawa Research Centre assuming the duties of Group Leader, Space-based Radar as well as Adjunct Professor at Laval University, Quebec and Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada.
Pierfrancesco Lombardo is Full Professor at University of Rome “La Sapienza”, where he leads the “Radar, Remote Sensing and Navigation” (RRSN) group. He is Technical Editor for Radar Systems of IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems.
This book is essential reading for R&D researchers and engineers in government research centres, industries, universities and the military colleges who work on radar.
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Part I: Real aperture array radar
Ulrich Nickel, Germany
Part II: Imaging radar
Christoph Gierull, DRDC-RDDC, Canada
Part III: Passive and multistatic radar
Pierfrancesco Lombardo, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy