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Statistical analysis of measured polarimetric clutter data at different range resolutions

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This paper deals with the statistical modelling of radar backscattering from sea surface at low-grazing angles in high resolution radar systems. High-resolution polarimetric data at different range resolutions (60, 30, 15, 9 and 3 m) are analysed to highlight the differences in clutter statistical behaviour due to changes of resolution and/or polarisation. The clutter data were recorded by the IPIX radar of McMaster University in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada

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Radar, Sonar and Navigation, IEE Proceedings -  (Volume:153 ,  Issue: 6 )