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Analysis of Bistatic Clutter Structure through Simulation
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Bistatic Clutter Structure through Simulation
Jeon, Hyeon-mu; Chung, Yong-Seek; Chung, Won-zoo; Kim, Jong-mann; Yang, Hoon-Gee;
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 Abstract
Generally, bistatic clutter, contrary to the monostatic clutter, has nonlinear structure in Angle-Doppler domain due to the noncooperative motion of the transmitter and the receiver. In this paper, we first simulate the bistatic clutter structure resulting from the relative motion of the transmitter and the receiver and then analyze their relations through the bistatic clutter structure in Angle-Doppler domain. Also, we show the operation condition of the transmitter and the receiver leading to low rank of a covariance matrix of the bistatic clutter.
 Keywords
Bistatic Radar;Clutter;Heterogenous;STAP;Clutter Rank;
 Language
Korean
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