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Using non-Fourier techniques in signal processing for AN FMCW hidden-object detection radar

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3 Author(s)
Liau, T.F. ; Queen Mary College, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, London, UK ; Carr, A.G. ; Cuthbert, L.G.

The letter describes the application of non-Fourier methods of moving between the time and frequency domains in the signal processing associated with an FMCW radar used for detecting hidden objects. It is shown that, compared with earlier techniques, the target returns are sharper and that there is less of a problem resulting from spectral sidelobes.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 9 )