Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing
The 2014 edition of Mark A. Richards’ Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing (McGraw-Hill, New York, 2014) provides in-depth coverage of fundamental topics in radar signal processing from a digital signal processing perspective. The book covers the techniques and interpretations of linear systems, filtering, sampling, and Fourier analysis are used throughout to provide a modern and unified tutorial approach. It further includes a full range of the basic signal processing techniques on which virtually all modern radar systems rely, including topics such as target and interference models, matched filtering, waveform design, Doppler processing, threshold detection, and measurement accuracy. Richards provided to track filtering and the advanced topics of synthetic aperture imaging and space-time adaptive array processing to provide a bridge to more in-depth texts on these topics. We particularly appreciate that Professor Richards also talks about Probability and Random Processes for signal processing.
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