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Emulating Dynamic Target in Compact Radar Ranges. Part I: Theory

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Analytical expressions are developed that describe the artifacts encountered when translating, rotating, and vibrating point sources are imaged by compact radar ranges (CRRs) emulating airborne synthetic-aperture radar (SAR). The approach starts with coherent-aperture imaging basics and develops a general solution for imaging using the Born approximation. We show that moving-target artifacts on CRRs are similar to the artifacts encountered with SAR moving targets, suggesting that CRRs may be suitable for such emulations.

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IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 3 )