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Stepped-Frequency Radar SensorsStepped-Frequency Radar Sensor Analysis

Stepped-Frequency Radar Sensors: Stepped-Frequency Radar Sensor Analysis [The analysis of SFCW radar sensors is presented in this chapter. Specifically, it addresses the system’s important parameters including transmitted and received signals, down-converted I and Q signals, synthetic pulse, angle and range resolutions, frequency step, number of frequency steps, total bandwidth, range or penetration depth, range accuracy, range ambiguity, pulse repetition interval, dynamic range, and system performance factor. Maximum ranges or penetration depths in sensing multi-layer and buried targets are also discussed. The presented materials, although concise, should provide sufficient information for RF engineers to undertake the analysis of their own SFCW radar sensors and help design these sensors for sensing applications.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Stepped-Frequency Radar SensorsStepped-Frequency Radar Sensor Analysis

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2016. Author has copyright
ISBN
978-3-319-12270-0
Pages
39 –64
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-12271-7_3
Publisher site
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Abstract

[The analysis of SFCW radar sensors is presented in this chapter. Specifically, it addresses the system’s important parameters including transmitted and received signals, down-converted I and Q signals, synthetic pulse, angle and range resolutions, frequency step, number of frequency steps, total bandwidth, range or penetration depth, range accuracy, range ambiguity, pulse repetition interval, dynamic range, and system performance factor. Maximum ranges or penetration depths in sensing multi-layer and buried targets are also discussed. The presented materials, although concise, should provide sufficient information for RF engineers to undertake the analysis of their own SFCW radar sensors and help design these sensors for sensing applications.]

Published: Mar 30, 2016

Keywords: Frequency Step; Range Resolution; Radar Sensor; Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform; Angle Resolution

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