Multistatic Radar Imaging of Moving Targets
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We develop a linearized imaging theory that combines the spatial, temporal, and spectral aspects of scattered waves. We consider the case of fixed sensors and a general distribution of objects, each undergoing linear motion; thus the theory deals with imaging distributions in phase space. We derive a model for the data that is appropriate for narrowband waveforms in the case when the targets are moving slowly relative to the speed of light. From this model, we develop a phase-space imaging formula that can be interpreted in terms of filtered backprojection or matched filtering. For this imaging approach, we derive the corresponding phase-space point-spread function. We show plots of the phase-space point-spread function for various geometries, and various combinations of waveforms.
See also ADM002322. Presented at the 2010 IEEE International Radar Conference (9th) Held in Arlington, Virginia on 10-14 May 2010. Sponsored in part by the Navy.
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