General characteristics and requirements for a radar receiver.
The Radar Receiver:
The function of the radar receiver is to detect desired echo signals in the presence of noise,
interference, or clutter. It must separate wanted fr
B. Tech IV Year II Semester (R09)
CELLULAR & MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MATERIAL
Introduction to Cellular Mobile Radio System
1. Explain the basic mobile cellular systems.
Basic Cellular System: A basic cellular system consists of three parts: a mobile
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
In the present context, managing has become one of the most important
areas of human activity because of increasing role of large and complex
organisations in the society. Because of their increasing role, th
A tracking-radar system
(1) measures the coordinates of a target and
(2) provides data which may be used to determine the target path and to predict its
All or only part of the available radar da
Doppler effect & radar applications?
A radar detects the presence of objects and locates their position in space by
transmitting electromagnetic energy and observing the returned
echo. A pulse radar transmits
a relatively short bur
PRINCIPLE OF MTI RADAR?
The radar which uses the concept of Doppler frequency shift for distinguishing desired
moving targets from stationary objects i.e., clutter is called as MTI radar (Moving Target
The block diagram o
PREDICTION OF RANGE PERFORMANCE.
The simple form of the radar equation expressed the maximum radar range R max, in terms of
radar and target parameters:
All the parameters are to some extent under the control of the radar designer,
Doppler direction is identified with fmcw radar.
A block diagram illustrating the principle of the FM-CW
radar is shown in Fig. 4.1.1
A portion of the transmitter signal acts
reference signal required to produce the
Pulse Characteristics And The Factors That Govern Them In A Radar System
Radar is an electromagnetic system for the detection and location of objects. It operates by
transmitting a particular type of waveform, a pulse-modulated
principle and characteristics of a matched filter. Hence derive the
expression for its frequency response function.
A network whose frequency-response function maximizes the output peak-signal-to-mean-noise