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A new effective imaging method with application in multiple frequency radar target recognition

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3 Author(s)
He Songhua ; ATR Lab., Nat. Univ. of Defense Tech., Hunan, China ; Sun Wenfeng ; Lu Zaiqi

In this paper, a complex exponential model is used to describe the local partial Rayleigh or resonant response at first. Then the multiple frequency response equation of radar target is established. A FFT based strong scattering neighboring range area superresolution algorithm is used to obtain the so-called quasi-two-dimensional image of local spacial eigen-width vers radial range length. The imaging method is more effective than the conventional one-dimensional FFT algorithm which is used to obtain only range profile. Experimental data prove the effectiveness of the presented imaging method

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1995. NAECON 1995., Proceedings of the IEEE 1995 National  (Volume:1 )

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22-26 May 1995

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