time azimuth

time azimuth

[′tīm ‚az·ə·məth]
(navigation)
In celestial navigation, the azimuth derived by a calculation in which the meridian angle, the polar distance (or declination), and the latitude are parameters, the magnitudes of which are either known or assumed.
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It should be implemented after range compression and RCMC in the range time azimuth frequency domain as k-coefficients are range variant.
(3) Apply range inverse fast Fourier transform (IFFT) to convert the signal to the range time azimuth frequency domain and correct the RCM term.
RCMC is finished in the range time azimuth frequency domain as the range-variant k-coefficients.