radar constant

radar constant

[′rā‚där ‚kän·stənt]
(electronics)
One of those terms of the radar equation or radar storm-detection equation which are functions of the particular radar to which the equations are applied; these include peak power, antenna gain or aperture, beam width, pulse length, pulse repetition frequency, wavelength, polarization, and noise level of the receiver.
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Besides the studies on jamming methods, Feng made some researches on the performance of ISRJ on monopulse radar [14], dechirping radar [15], and the impact of ISJR on radar constant false alarm rate (CFAR) detection [16].
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