Advanced research into moving target imaging using multistatic radar
Riedl, Grant H.
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Current active imaging algorithms for moving targets suffer from issues of incorrect positions (spatial) and streaking artifacts (temporal). Using the Cheney/Borden procedure, we investigated combining the spatial, temporal, and spectral aspects of real and synthetic aperture radar images. We code the Cheney/Borden algorithm to include the target velocity, include an appropriate threshold, and illustrate how multistatic radar can determine a target's location in phase space. By running simulations on single and multiple moving targets, we showed that an iteration of velocity and position choices for targets enhanced the correlation map for multistatic radar systems.
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