Space Based Radar 1 9780071497565 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The First Comprehensive Guide to the Principles, Design Methods, and Applications of Space Based Radar Turn to Space Based Radar for authoritative information on the latest developments in Space Based Radar (SBR), covering fundamental principles, cutting-edge design methods, and several new applications. This SBR guide focuses on clutter and target data generation from an SBR platform, and on Space Time Adaptive Processing (STAP) to enhance the target detection and the clutter cancellation capabilities of the radar system. Designed to save you hours of research time and effort, this one-stop resource explores the full range of SBR topics, including SBR footprint and range foldover phenomenon…Doppler shift that accounts for Earth's rotation…terrain modeling…STAP algorithms for enhanced target detection…and much more. Packed with over 250 full-color illustrations, Space Based Radar features: Complete coverage of the technical issues associated with SBR and their impact on system performance Website contains more than 250 PowerPoint slides for self-study or lectures, and problems and solutions. Inside This Pioneering SBR Sourcebook • Introducing Space Based Radar • The Conics • Two Body Orbital Motion and Kepler's Laws • SBR Kinematics • Space Time Adaptive Processing for Space Based Radar • Performance Analysis Using Cramer-Rao Bounds • Waveform Diversity
Space Based Radar

Space Based Radar

1st Edition
By S Pillai and Ke Yong Li and Braham Himed
ISBN10: 0071497560
ISBN13: 9780071497565
Copyright: 2008

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Program Details

Chapter 1. Introducing SBR
Chapter 2. The Conics
Chapter 3. Two Body Orbital Motion and Kepler's Laws
Chapter 4. Space Based Radar: Kinematics
Chapter 5. Space-Time Adaptive Processing
Chapter 6. STAP for SBR
Chapter 7. Performance Analysis Using Cramer-Rao Bounds
Chapter 8. Waveform Diversity
Chapter 9. Advanced Topics

About the Author

S Pillai

S. Unnikrishna Pillai is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Polytechnic Institute of NYU in Brooklyn, New York. His research interests include radar signal processing, blind identification, spectrum estimation, data recovery and wavform diversity. Dr. Pillai is the author of Array Signal Processign and co-author of Spectrum Estimation and system Identification, Prof. Papoulis’ Probability, Random Variables and Stochastic processes (Fourth edition), and Space Based Radar – Theory & Applications.

Ke Yong Li

Ke Yong Li is a senior engineer at C & P Technolliges, Inc. in Closter, New Jersey. His areas of research include Space-Time Adaptive processing (STAP), waveform diversity and radar signal processing. He is the coauthor of the book on Space Based Radar – Theory & Applications.

Braham Himed

Braham Himed is a Principal Electronics Engineer at the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Radar Signal Processing Branch, Sensors Directorate, in Dayton, Ohio. His research interests include radar signal processing, detection, estimation, multichannel adaptive processing, time series analysis, and array processing. He is the coauthor of the book on Space Based Radar – Theory & Applications.