Principles of Modern Radar

Basic principles

Mark A. Richards (Redaktør) ; James A. Scheer (Redaktør) ; William A. Holm (Redaktør)

"Principles of Modern Radar" ("POMR"), co-edited by Dr. Mark Richards, Dr. Bill Holm and Mr. Jim Scheer, is a two-volume set providing comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of modern radar technology. Les mer
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"Principles of Modern Radar" ("POMR"), co-edited by Dr. Mark Richards, Dr. Bill Holm and Mr. Jim Scheer, is a two-volume set providing comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of modern radar technology. The first volume, "Basic Principles", provides a highly accessible introduction to the physical principles, hardware building blocks, and core processing techniques applicable to a broad spectrum of radars. Volume II, "Advanced Radar Techniques and Applications", builds on this foundation to introduce advanced and emerging radar techniques. In addition, Vol. II describes how the basic and advanced methods are integrated to describe a broad range of practical radar systems. Throughout the set, important mathematical models and tools are accompanied by thorough explanations emphasizing unifying themes such as matched filters, coherent integration, and digital implementations. Each chapter is accompanied by a set of problems to aid understanding and retention."POMR" provides a 'principles-level' book that emphasizes modern radar technology, processing, and applications.
Examples of the modern topics critical to today's radar engineer found in "POMR" include: coherent receivers and processing; digital IF sampling; digital signal processing; T/R modules for phased array radar; modern digital processor technology; phased array antennas and systems; adaptive antenna beamforming; modern pulse compression waveforms; advanced CFAR methods; synthetic aperture radar (SAR); 3D interferometric SAR; space-time adaptive processing (STAP); Kalman-filter-based target tracking; and multi-target tracking techniques.
Forlag: SciTech Publishing Inc
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781891121524
Format: 25 x 20 cm

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Mark Richards is a faculty member in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, teaching and conducting research in the areas of digital signal processing, radar signal processing, and high performance embedded computing. He was previously Chief of the Radar Systems Division in the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). He is the author of Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing (McGraw-Hill, 2005), as well as co-editor or contributor to four other books. He received his Ph.D. from Georgia Tech in 1982.

Jim Scheer has 40 years of hands-on experience in the design, development, and analysis of radar systems. He currently consults and works part time for GTRI and teaches radar-related short courses. He began his career with the General Electric Company (now Lockheed Martin Corporation), working on the F-111 attack radar system. In 1975 he moved to GTRI, where he worked on radar system applied research until his retirement in 2004. Mr. Scheer is an IEEE Life Fellow and holds a BSEE degree from Clarkson University and the MSEE degree from Syracuse University.

Bill Holm is the associate vice provost for distance learning & professional education at Georgia Tech, program director for the defense technology professional education program, and is a principal research scientist at GTRI. His research in radar technology, signal processing techniques, and related subjects has resulted in over 75 technical papers, research papers, and book chapters. His 30+ years of instruction experience include the Principles of Modern Radar and Basic Radar Concepts short courses and teaching in the School of Physics. Dr. Holm holds a Ph.D. degree in physics from Georgia Tech.