chirp radar

chirp radar

[′chərp ‚rā‚där]
(engineering)
Radar in which a swept-frequency signal is transmitted, received from a target, then compressed in time to give a narrow pulse called the chirp signal.
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Chang, "A novel range-spread target detection approach for frequency stepped chirp radar," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
For the radar system, we used a monostatic chirp radar with pulse repetition frequency = 2kHz, center frequency = 24 GHz, bandwidth = 30 MHz and pulse width [tau] = 30 [micro]s.
For testing pulsed hopping chirp radar signals, the center frequency offset measurement is a viable technique.
For chirp radar, possible transmitted errors causing problems in the receiver often are more subtle.
The chirp radar Provides bandwidth through modulation of the waveform, rather than through the pulse width.
Chang, "Range alignment and motion compensation for missile-borne frequency stepped chirp radar," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Frequency stepped chirp radar (FSCR) is a kind of HRR radar and is widely used in recent years [3-6], for it can achieve high range resolution while still retaining the advantages of narrow instantaneous receiver bandwidth and low analog-to-digital (AD) sampling rate.
Frequency stepped chirp radar (FSCR) is a kind of HRR radar and is widely used in recently years [5-8], for it can achieve high range resolution while still retaining the advantages of narrower instantaneous receiver bandwidth and lower analog-to-digital (AD) sampling rate [9].
For the radar signal, we assume the monostatic chirp radar signal widely used for high resolution radar imaging.
Albersheim, "The Theory and Design of Chirp Radars," Bell Sys.