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The problem of designing finite-pulse-train radar signals and receivers to maximize the detectability of targets in the presence of clutter has recently been solved. In practice, the performance of these optimum signal-receiver pairs is often degraded seriously by implementation errors. The purpose of this paper is to present an iterative procedure for designing signal-receiver pairs, which takes into account the effects of implementation errors. This method is compared with the error-free design technique by means of two examples.