GP 265/ EE355
Homework Set No. 5
Handout : #21
Due Wednesday, Feb 12, by 5:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
Focused SAR processor
1. Consider a radar with the following parameters:
Chirp slope: 4.189166 1011 Hz/s
Final Pt. 2
Due Wednesday, March 5, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
When you processed the first channel of data from the unknown radar system, you
should have found the following system parameters, or
Final Pt. 1
Due Wednesday, Feb. 26, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
For the remainder of the term we will be combining homework assignments and
the final project. This is the first of three installatio
Due Wednesday, Feb. 19, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
1. Write an autofocus program to implement the sub-aperture shift algorithm.
Use a 1-D image for ease of implementation. Assume the signal is a s
Handout # 4
GP265/EE355 (Winter 2013-14)
HOMEWORK SET NO. 1
January 15 by 4:30 pm
a) Using a spread sheet of the form given in Handout no. 3, page 11, calculate the signal to noise
ratio for the following system:
Final Pt. 3
Due Wednesday, March 12, by 12:00 PM (noon) in box outside my office, or in
You have derived an offset field and found the baseline components from the formula
perp r0 tan 0
Due Wednesday, Jan. 29, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
1. Consider a chirp signal with the following parameters:
Sample rate fs:
Center frequency fc:
Due Wednesday, Feb. 5, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
1. Download the data file ersdata.hw4 from the class web page. The format is the
same as in the file for homework 2 (line length 10,218 bytes, hea
Due Wednesday, January 22, by 4:00 PM in box outside my office, or in class.
1) Chirp compression. In the computer, create a data record consisting of 2048 complex
samples, which contains a chirp signal with the followin