Book title: Tactical Persistent Surveillance Radar with Applications
Author: David Lynch, Jr
Product Code: SBRA5250
Pagination: c. 464pp
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With case studies and software to help the reader, this comprehensive account of radar technologies in tactical surveillance comes from a pioneer of the field. It covers passive detection, radar detection, antenna monopulse, active electronic scanned antennas (AESA), moving target tracking (MTT), motion compensation, tactical target spectral characteristics, moving target detection (MTI), space time adaptive processing (STAP), synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging and details several technologies only recently released into the public domain.
David Lynch, Jr, is an inventor, leader and contributor to many world firsts including manned spaceflight, telecommunications, digital signal processing, synthetic aperture radar, and stealth. He was elected a Pioneer of Stealth and president of Pioneers of Stealth, is a life member of research honorary Sigma Xi, a Senior Member of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and a Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. He is currently president of DL Sciences, Inc. He has written many papers, has eight patents, several technical books as well as contributions to several other technical books.
Based on the author's 40-year experience in engineering leadership, teaching and consulting, this book is an essential text for researchers, advanced students and technologists working in radar and related fields in computing and aerospace system design.
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Chapter 1- Persistent Tactical Surveillance Elements
Chapter 2- What Coherent Radars Do
Chapter 3- The Nature of Returns From the Surface and Tactical Targets
Chapter 4- Sensor Signal and Data Processing
Chapter 5- Noise in Radar & Intercept Systems
Chapter 6- The GMTI Idea
Chapter 7- The Synthetic Aperture Radar Idea