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Target Detection probability simulation in the homogeneous ground clutter environment
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Target Detection probability simulation in the homogeneous ground clutter environment
Kim, In-Kyu; Moon, Sang-Man; Kim, Hyoun-Kyoung; Lee, Sang-Jong; Kim, Tae-Sik; Lee, Hae-Chang;
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This paper describes target detection performance of millimeter wave radar that exits on non-stationary target detection schemes in the ground clutter conditions. The comparison of various CFAR process schemes such as CA(Cell-Average)-CFAR, GO(Greatest Of)/SO(Smallest Of)-CFAR, and OS(Order Statistics)-CFAR performance are applied. Using matlab software, we show the performance and loss between target detection probability and signal to noise ratio. This paper concludes the OS-CFAR process performance is better than any others and satisfies the optimal detection probability without loss of detection in the homogeneous clutter, When range bins increase.
Target Detection;Radar Signal Processing;CFAR;Detection probability;
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