Here, [P.sup.obs.sub.c] is the observed radar clutter
power and [P.sub.c] is the modeled radar clutter
It is capable of modeling texture component of radar clutter
with different degrees of heterogeneity and has been widely applied in heavy-tailed radar clutter
modeling, such as SAR clutter [26,27], C-band scanning radar , etc..
However, the increasing heights mean more radar clutter
Such unwanted returns are known as radar clutter
. Clutter is displayed to a controller as "interference" and is primarily a problem for air defence and airport radar operators because it occurs more often at lower altitudes.
Because they operate tens of thousands of feet above the Earth, they are not as subject to radar clutter
, and are thus well suited to detect low flying, and in some cases stealthy, aircraft.
Chapter 2 explains the effects of platform motion on both CW and pulsed radar clutter
This decrease in response times for the evening shift is probably attributable to differential radar clutter
. During the first two days of Session 1, there was considerable radar clutter
in the southern and southeastern zones.
* ECM time-gated waveforms must be synchronized with the radar waveform to avoid signal "walk through" RFI and resultant ECM cross modulation of radar clutter
Moreover, to be able to optimize the signal processing under different conditions, the radar system designer also needs to have a detailed analysis of wideband monopulse radar clutter
The increase in the number of wind farms has raised serious concerns in the radar community due to the radar clutter
produced by wind turbines.
Secondly, a pure radar clutter
(a return signal without target) may agree with a fractal model commendably, but the existence of a target will change its fractal characteristics remarkably even if being in a environment with strong clutters.
A ship in a seaway is surrounded by the radar clutter
created by waves.