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Author Guerci, J.R
Title Space-Time Codes and MIMO Systems
Imprint Norwood : Artech House, 2003
©2003
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Descript 1 online resource (203 pages)
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Note Space-Time Adaptive Processing for Radar -- Contents v -- Preface ix -- References x -- Acknowledgments xiii -- References xiv -- 1 Introduction 1 -- 1.1 The Need for Space-Time Adaptive Processing in Moving Target Indicator Radar 1 -- 1.2 STAP for MTI Radar 3 -- 1.3 Book Organization 7 -- References 10 -- 2 Adaptive Array Processing 11 -- 2.1 Introduction 11 -- 2.2 Optimum Spatial (Angle) Beamforming 11 -- 2.3 Optimum Temporal (Doppler/Pulse) Processing 29 -- 2.4 Adaptive 1-D Processing 31 -- 2.5 Adaptivity in Nonstationary Environments 39 -- 2.6 Summary 42 -- References 42 -- Appendix 2A: ULA Antenna Pattern Response 44 -- Appendix 2B: Derivation of the Maximum Likelihood Sample Covariance Matrix 46 -- 3 Space-Time Adaptive Processing 51 -- 3.1 Introduction 51 -- 3.2 Need for Joint Space and Time Processing 52 -- 3.3 Optimum Space-Time Processing for MTI Radar 65 -- 3.4 STAP 71 -- 3.5 Summary 71 -- References 72 -- 4 Other Important Factors Affecting STAP Performance 75 -- 4.1 Introduction 75 -- 4.2 Channel Mismatch 77 -- 4.3 Other Interference Subspace Leakage Effects 95 -- 4.4 Antenna Array Misalignment 99 -- 4.5 Nonlinear Arrays 103 -- 4.6 Interference Nonstationarity and the Iceberg Effect 103 -- 4.7 Summary 106 -- References 108 -- 5 STAP for Radar: Methods, Algorithms, and Performance 111 -- 5.1 Introduction 111 -- 5.2 Data-Independent Reduced-Rank STAP 114 -- 5.3 Data-Dependent Reduced-Rank STAP 129 -- 5.4 Structured-Covariance and Model-Based Methods 149 -- 5.5 Illustrative Design Examples 158 -- 5.6 Summary 163 -- References 165 -- 6 Other Topics 169 -- 6.1 Introduction 169 -- 6.2 Statistical Basis for STAP 169 -- 6.3 STAP Implementation 173 -- 6.4 Knowledge-Aided STAP 178 -- 6.5 Summary 178 -- References 179 -- About the Author 181 -- Index 183
Whether you are a radar engineer looking to apply effective STAP(space-time adaptive processing) techniques to your system, or a non-radar specialist interested in important applications of multichannel adaptive filtering, this practical resource, based on a time-tested course taught in industry, government and academia, is essential reading. The book introduces you to basic STAP concepts and methods, placing emphasis on implementation in real-world systems
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Guerci, J.R. Space-Time Codes and MIMO Systems Norwood : Artech House,c2003 9781580533775
Subject Radar.;Adaptive signal processing.;Adaptive antennas.;Space and time
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