Doughty, SR and Woodbridge, K and Baker, CJ (2007) Improving Resolution using Multistatic Radar. In: RADAR 2007: The Institution of Engineering and Technology International Conference on Radar Systems: Edinburgh; 15 October 2007 - 18 October 2007. (pp. 23 - 28). Institution of Engineering and Technology: London, UK.
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Multistatic radar is an emerging concept which offers a variety of potential gains in target information. The availability of multiple down-range information from different target perspectives have significant potential for improved overall resolution when this data is fused, since monostatic radars typically have a significantly worse crossrange resolution in comparison to down-range resolution. In this paper the concept of monostatic and bistatic radar resolution is reviewed, before we examine how this concept changes when we consider the output of a multistatic radar system. We then investigate what methods might be used during fusion to provide improved resolution. We conclude by demonstrating these multistatic methods using a radar system designed and built at UCL.
|Title:||Improving Resolution using Multistatic Radar|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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