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The multistatic ambiguity function has been proposed as a tool for analyzing and designing multistatic radar systems. It was demonstrated through previous examples that multistatic radar system performances (e.g. probability of detection, range and velocity resolution) can be improved by shaping the multistatic ambiguity function through waveform selection, sensor positioning and adequate weighting of different receivers. In this work we study P3, P4 and Frank polyphase codes when applied in multistatic radar systems and illustrate the significance of adequate waveform selection.