radar pulse

radar pulse

[′rā‚där ‚pəls]
(electromagnetism)
Radio-frequency radiation emitted with high power by a pulse radar installation for a period of time which is brief compared to the interval between such pulses.
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It sends a radar pulse down to a probe to measure either liquids, solids or a low-dielectric to high-dielectric interface level.
As well as the duplexer, Thales Alenia Space is developing the hyperbox in Toulouse which will create the radar pulse and receive radar echoes.
New and increasing threats abroad require long-range visibility and corresponding wide radar pulse widths and long pulse repetition intervals, while the increase in urban warfare demands narrow radar pulse widths and high pulse repetition frequencies to detect small, close threats."
The signal processing method for extracting biometric information from the radar signal reflected from the human body is dependent on the radar pulse shape.
The radar pulse width is 100 [micro]s and the PRI is 1 KHz.
The radar then measures the time difference between the transmission and reception of the radar pulse and its echo to determine the position of the aircraft, and the frequency change between the transmitted pulse and its echo to determine the aircraft's speed.
The feasibility of this signaling as a radar pulse compression is studied and some codes for CE-OFDM radar signals with favorable autocorrelation functions are also introduced.
The basic principle of UWB radar is to transmit electromagnetic (EM) radar pulse to image the subsurface.
Integer values of a radar pulse after the intermittent sampling are generated as
Binary codes with low autocorrelation sidelobe levels and high Discriminating factors are useful for radar pulse compression [4], channel estimation, and spread spectrum communication applications.
Ambiguity function of radar pulse [chi]([tau], f) is used for estimation of range- and Doppler resolution of radar [1].
[10] Noone, G., Radar pulse train parameter estimation and tracking using neural networks, In Proc.