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Use of a surface-acoustic-wave delay line to provide pseudocoherence in a clutter-reference pulse Doppler radar

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4 Author(s)
Brown, M.A.C.S. ; Royal Radar Establishment, Great Malvern, UK ; Hannis, W.J. ; Skinner, J.M. ; Turton, D.K.

A surface-acoustic-wave delay line has been used to provide a coherent reference signal in a small-pulse Doppler radar. Preliminary experiments using the device gave a 10¿12 dB gain in Doppler signal when compared with a clutter reference system operating in a low-clutter environment. A simple theory is given which describes expected performance when using noncoherent detection.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

January 25 1973

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