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Special Issue "Advancements in Radar Signal Processing"
A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Microwave and Wireless Communications".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2023 | Viewed by 4623
Special Issue Editors
Interests: new radar systems; radar imaging; radar jamming/anti-jamming; radar polarimetric theory; radar target detection
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Interests: synthetic aperture radar; radar signal processing; radar calibration; interferometric SAR; classification and detection
Special Issue Information
Radar has the characteristics of all-weather, all-day, and has a certain penetration ability. It has been widely used for weather forecasting, resource detection, environmental monitoring, etc. Today, with the rapid development of digital signal processing technology, the function, performance, and systems of radar are improving, and therefore the application requirements of radar sensors are constantly expanding, providing new opportunities and challenges for the development of microwave and wireless communication systems in the future.
Radar needs signal processing to analyze or transform the observed signal, in order to suppress undesired signals such as interference and clutter, enhance the useful signal, estimate the parameters of the interested signal, and convert the signal into a more satisfactory form. Newly developed radar systems such as cognitive radar, passive radar, distributed radar, MIMO radar, and ultra-wideband radar have been used in all walks of life. To meet the above radar signal-processing requirements, technologies such as artificial intelligence, phased array technology, digital array technology, radar networking technology, OFDM technology, and multi-sensor fusion technology have been developed and applied. As an important part of the radar system, radar signal processing has always been at the forefront of national defense technology and electronic information technology.
This Special Issue will summarize the innovative and breakthrough high-level research results in the field of radar signal processing, cover the advanced techniques in this field, and look forward to the development direction of this field in the future.
- New radar systems;
- Array signal processing;
- Radar imaging technology;
- Radar interferometry;
- Radar jamming/anti-jamming technology;
- Radar detection and tracking methods;
- Target identification and recognition;
- Waveform design and optimization;
- Radar early warning detection technology;
- Artificial intelligence applied in radar;
- Other emerging techniques;
- Radar applications.
Prof. Dr. Ning Li
Prof. Dr. Koo Voon Chet
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- radar signal processing
- new radar systems
- artificial intelligence