Multistatic radar imaging of moving targets
Ng Chee Yong
Borden, Brett H.
Pace, Phillip E.
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In this thesis, we study the new imaging theory developed by Cheney and Borden  that incorporates target motion during data collection for the imaging process. The subject of radar imaging from scattered waves is explored and incorporated into the new imaging approach. A simulation model using MATLAB is developed to simulate the imaging algorithm and also to validate the performance. It is shown that the new imaging scheme is well behaved and is linear shift invariant when the data are ideal. It is also shown that the geometry of the transmitters and receivers affects the behavior of the imaging system.
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