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A Detection Algorithm for Pulse Repetition Interval Sequence of Radar Signals based on Finite State Machine
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A Detection Algorithm for Pulse Repetition Interval Sequence of Radar Signals based on Finite State Machine
Park, Sang-Hwan; Ju, Young-Kwan; Kim, Kwan-Tae; Jeon, Joongnam;
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Typically, radar systems change the pulse repetition interval of their modulated signal in order to avoid detection. On the other hand the radar-signal detection system tries to detect the modulation pattern. The histogram or auto-correlation methods are usually used to detect the PRI pattern of the radar signal. However these methods tend to lost the sequence information of the PRI pulses. This paper proposes a PRI-sequence detection algorithm based on the finite-state machine that could detect not only the PRI pattern but also their sequence.
PRI(Pulse Repetition Interval);PDW(Pulse Description Word);DTOA(Difference Time Of Arrival);Finite State Machine;Radar Signal;
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