Moving target imaging in multistatic passive radar
Marcin Kamil Bączyk , Krzysztof Kulpa
AbstractThis study presents the concept of multistatic passive images. Theoretical considerations are illustrated by the results obtained by imaging a small general aviation plane using DVB-T signals. These results are compared with simulated images derived from the same scenarios in real-life tests. The results described here show that it is possible to obtain ISAR images of aerial targets using multistatic passive radars based on DVB-T signals. Such images could be next applied for non-cooperative target recognition.
|Journal series||IET Radar Sonar and Navigation, ISSN 1751-8784, (A 30 pkt)|
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|Keywords in English||synthetic aperture radar; aerospace computing; radar imaging; target tracking; radar target recognition; passive radar, theoretical considerations; DVB-T signals; target imaging; aerial targets; general aviation plane; ISAR images; noncooperative target recognition; simulated images; multistatic passive images; multistatic passive radar|
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