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Synthetic aperture radar-moving target indicator processing of multi-channel airborne radar measurement data

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Coherent signal processing methods for combining the data that are collected via a multi-channel airborne radar system for moving target detection and image formation, are examined. Methods that convert multi-channel radar data into dual along-track monopulse synthetic aperture radar (SAR) signals of the radiated scene, are studied. A two-dimensional adaptive filtering method that projects the data in one synthesised SAR channel into the signal subspace of the other, is used for blind calibration of the monopulse SAR signals and generation of the moving target indication statistic. The merits of these algorithms are studied using the data from the multi-channel airborne radar measurement system that has been developed by the Air Force Research Laboratory at Rome, New York

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