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Title : Automatic Target Recognition with Unknown Orientation and Adaptive Waveforms
Company : Remcom
Date : 11-Aug-2011
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In previous work, we have demonstrated the utility of a feedback loop for enabling optimized transmit pulse shaping in radar target recognition. This previous work was based on low-fidelity target models, but in this paper, we demonstrate the closed-loop, adaptive-waveform approach applied to highfidelity target model signatures generated by commercial electromagnetic FDTD software. We also incorporate the radar equation into our models for us in the waveform design procedure. Because SNR varies with range, so do our optimized waveforms for target recognition. Constant-modulus waveform constraints are enforced, and a template-based classification strategy is used.
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