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Study on moving target detection to passive radar based on FM broadcast transmitter

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3 Author(s)
Zhu Jiabing ; Education Ministry Key Lab of Intelligent Computing and Signal Processing, Anhui Univ., Hefei 230039, P. R. China; Inst. of Signal Processing, East China Research Inst. of Electronic Engineering, Hefei 230031, P. R. China ; Tao Liang ; Hong Yi

Target detection by a noncooperative illuminator is a topic of general interest in the electronic warfare field. First of all, direct-path interference (DPI) suppression which is the technique of bottleneck of moving target detection by a noncooperative frequency modulation(FM) broadcast transmitter is analyzed in this article; Secondly, a space-time-frequency domain synthetic solution to this problem is introduced: Adaptive nulling array processing is considered in the space domain, DPI cancellation based on adaptive fractional delay interpolation (AFDI) technique is used in planned time domain, and long-time coherent integration is utilized in the frequency domain; Finally, an experimental system is planned by considering FM broadcast transmitter as a noncooperative illuminator, Simulation results by real collected data show that the proposed method has a better performance of moving target detection.

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Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )