Radar & Sensor Array Processing

Terminology and system overview for modern radar and sensor array systems; antenna parameters; radar signals and waveforms; Doppler processing; detection; synthetic aperture imaging (SAR); beam forming and space-time array processing (STAP); adaptive methods; additional topics may be covered according to student and instructor interest. Computer simulations and readings in the technical literature.

Pre-requisites or co-requisites: ECE300 and ECE310

Credits: 3.00

Course Code: ECE 410

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