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Moving target effects upon matched filter correlators

by Joe Mitchell James

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. :
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    Open LibraryOL25167172M

      where the subscript ‘s’ denotes the surveillance channel, σ (n,k) is the target reflection coefficient corresponding to the k th target, and η s (n) (t) is the additive noise. Matched filtering and range migration correction. At the receiver, the surveillance signal is correlated with the reference signal, yielding a sequence of the matched filter output. KEYWORDS: Image processing, Color image processing, Optical filters, Image filtering, RGB color model, Lithium, Bromine, 3D image processing, 3D displays, Image enhancement Read Abstract + Bidimensional empirical mode decomposition (BEMD) technique decomposes an image into several bidimensional intrinsic mode functions (BIMFs) and a.

    Linear Time Invariant (LTI) Systems and Matched Filter Matched filter is a theoretical frame work and not the name of a specific type of filter. It is an ideal filter which processes a received signal to minimize the effect of noise. Hence, it maximizes .   Moving target imaging using sparse and low-rank structure Author(s): Eric Mason ; Birsen Yazici Show Abstract.

    Matched Filters Introduction Starting from this lecture, we focus on how to communicate over LTI channels. This lecture we focus on matched flltering. This strategy aims to mitigate ISI by flltering the received signal. The Matched Filter To motivate this linear processor, let us start with a very simple sequential communication. with zero-Doppler filters. Pulse compression schemes for NLFM waveforms tend to be direct matched filters or correlators of the entire full-bandwidth NLFM waveform. This was presumed by Urkowitz and Bucci Butler13 discusses using Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) devices for compressing NLFM waveforms. - 8 -.


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Moving target effects upon matched filter correlators by Joe Mitchell James Download PDF EPUB FB2

In signal processing, a matched filter is obtained by correlating a known delayed signal, or template, with an unknown signal to detect the presence of the template in the unknown signal. This is equivalent to convolving the unknown signal with a conjugated time-reversed version of the template.

The matched filter is the optimal linear filter for maximizing the signal. Highlight all Match case. Presentation Mode Open Print Download Current View. Go to First Page Go to Last Page.

Rotate Clockwise Rotate Counterclockwise. Enable hand tool. Moving target effects upon matched filter correlators. By Joe distribution is unlimitedThis paper considers the effect of a moving target upon the output of a detection system employing matched filters.

A Moving target effects upon matched filter correlators book employing a pair of pulse compression signals is then proposed which would present accurate target range and a measure of target Author: Joe Mitchell James. The optical correlator is useful in the fact that is can provide target identification and tracking.

In practice something better than a matched filter would be used. The main problems with a matched filter are the peak it produced is too broad, spreading out the power; and it tends to be a very indiscriminate filter.

Matched-Filter Theory for High-Velocity, Accelerating Targets Abstract: Two modifications of the conventional radar theory of matched filters and ambiguity functions are discussed.

The first modification is to make the theory valid for high-velocity targets and wide-band signals, and the second is to include the effects of acceleration. In this paper we consider the problem of imaging a fast moving small object. The imaging system consists of a powerful emitter and several passive receivers located on the ground.

Our aim is to compare the well-known matched-filter imaging method with correlation-based imaging. Imaging with correlations has the advantage of not requiring any knowledge about the probing pulse Cited by: 3.

The matched filter is the optimum detector for a point-like fluctuating target of unknown range and Doppler [12]. Its response in time domain can be defined as the cross-ambiguity function 2'(~', r]), ifthe received signal plus noise is r(t) Z(r, Jl).

A processor that distinguishes moving targets from clutter by virtue of the differences in their spectra is called a moving target indicator or simply MTI. The simplest MTI processor, the single delay-line canceler, subtracts two successive echoes from the same location; reflections from stationary objects cancel, while those from moving.

Moving target tracking is a problem of the corresponding matching built according to features such as target shape, color and texture between consecutive images. It is intended to get the location coordinates of moving target in each frame image as thus to conclude the target’s motion trail through data association.

Recently, owing to. Filter registration requires position alignment and size matching. Filter alignment is a critical step in such a system. Our simulations show that a misalignment of one or two pixels out of in the x and y directions will weaken the correlation peak to 70% and 26%, respectively.

The size mismatch of the filter also effects the correlation. 6/9/ 13 Vijayakumar Bhagavatula Matched Filter If the noise is white, its power spectral density is a constant, i.e., Pn(f) = N0. Optimal filter H(f) is proportional to S*(f), the complex conjugate of the Fourier transform (FT) of the transmitted signal s(t) Optimal filter’s magnitude matches the magnitude of the reference signal FT, hence matched filter.

A dual-pulse coherent MTI system having a time interval between pulses as short as zero. The pulses are "chirped" in opposite sense, the latter constituting a unique coding for eliminating range ambiguity problems. Video return signals are received and applied to two parallel channels each containing pulse compression and limiting circuits.

The filter is matched to a rectangular pulse of amplitude A and duration T b, exploiting the bit-timing information available to the receiver.

The resulting matched filter output is sampled at the end of each signaling interval. The presence of channel noise w(t) adds randomness to the matched filter output.

In this paper, we investigate the detection of masked weak moving targets in the adjacent fast strong target by using FAPC algorithm. The matched filter of.

Moving Average Filters The moving average is the most common filter in DSP, mainly because it is the easiest digital filter to understand and use.

In spite of its simplicity, the moving average filter is optimal for a common task: reducing random noise while retaining a sharp step response. This makes it the.

Now we turn out attention towards a topic that causes a lot of confusion for communications and DSP learners: what is the difference between a matched filter and a correlator in a communications receiver. Let us start with the definition of a correlator: A correlator is a device that performs correlation of a received signal with its template within a given window of time.

This paper mainly focuses on Design of Matched filter and generation of chirp Signal. due to the doppler effect caused by a moving target allows a radar to separate desired moving.

A method and apparatus is described for the post processing of return signal data in a single channel medium PRF pulse doppler radar receiver. The disclosure is directed to preventing sidelobe return signals from being displayed as "ghost" or "false" targets. The received signal data is preliminarily processed by a filter bank and a CFAR threshold circuit to remove main beam.

Transceiver and Systems Design for Digital Communications, Radar, and Cognitive Processes Course Request information about bringing this course to your site. Summary. This course provides a system design approach for wireless digital transceivers, radar, and cognitive and adaptive processes to enhance the designs for both commercial and military sectors, allowing.

The matched filter does the convolution between the received signal and the time reversed copy of the original signal.

The math is the same. In the Proakis book chapter 5 a more detailed description of the math is given. Matched filter maximizes the SNR. The cross correlator is easier to implement in hardware. On the other hand, the matched filter is a filter whose impulse response is a time reversed version of a basis function.

There is no mixer, no integrator, and no signal generator for the basis function. The input simply goes through the filter and .The noncoherent matched filter has impulse response derived from the transmitted pulse shape, and when the pulse shape is a passband signal the matched filter .The basic concepts of matched filters are presented with figures illustrating the applications in one and two dimensions.

INTRODUCTION 1D model for matched filtering Matched filtering is a process for detecting a known piece of signal or wavelet that is embedded in noise. The filter will maximize the signal to noise ratio (SNR) of the signal.