By Nicholas J. Willis, Hugh D. Griffiths
This ebook presents updates on bistatic and multistatic radar advancements in addition to new and lately declassified army purposes for engineering pros. Civil purposes are targeted together with advertisement and clinical structures. top radar engineers supply services to every of those functions. The publication is split into sections: the 1st half files either new and resurrected information regarding the advance, trying out, and fielding of bistatic and multistatic radar platforms for army, medical, and advertisement use; the second one half updates and publishes the formerly constrained bistatic muddle database and its research, and reviews the advance of picture focusing and movement repayment equipment for bistatic SAR and adaptive cancellation tools for bistatic MTI.
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