Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach

Donald D. Weiner, Andrew L. Drozd, Pramod Kumar Varshney

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Abstract

The focus of this chapter is on the design of waveforms for efficient spatial and temporal adaptivity including the focusing of the transmitted energy on a physically-small target, so that it will be possible to synthesize waveforms in the space-time continuum for both monostatic and bistatic applications and so that they can be mission adaptive. The objective is to develop spatially and temporally adaptive sensor technology for application to air, space, and ground systems operating in isolation or in concert with other sensor systems, emphasizing monostatic and bistatic scenarios. This can be achieved with the application of expert system technologies to facilitate the automatic selection of the waveforms in real time and near real time applications based on predefined rules.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPrinciples of Waveform Diversity and Design
PublisherInstitution of Engineering and Technology
Pages678-685
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9781613531501
ISBN (Print)9781891121951
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011

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Expert systems
Radar
Sensors
Air

Keywords

  • Adaptive radar
  • Adaptive radar
  • Bistatic radar
  • Computerised instrumentation
  • Expert system approach
  • Expert systems
  • Monostatic radar
  • Radar computing
  • Sensor systems
  • Space-time continuum
  • Spatial adaptivity
  • Spatially adaptive sensor technology
  • Temporal adaptivity
  • Temporally adaptive sensor technology
  • Waveform diversity

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  • Engineering(all)

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Weiner, D. D., Drozd, A. L., & Varshney, P. K. (2011). Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach. In Principles of Waveform Diversity and Design (pp. 678-685). Institution of Engineering and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1049/SBRA023E_ch40

Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach. / Weiner, Donald D.; Drozd, Andrew L.; Varshney, Pramod Kumar.

Principles of Waveform Diversity and Design. Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2011. p. 678-685.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Weiner, DD, Drozd, AL & Varshney, PK 2011, Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach. in Principles of Waveform Diversity and Design. Institution of Engineering and Technology, pp. 678-685. https://doi.org/10.1049/SBRA023E_ch40
Weiner DD, Drozd AL, Varshney PK. Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach. In Principles of Waveform Diversity and Design. Institution of Engineering and Technology. 2011. p. 678-685 https://doi.org/10.1049/SBRA023E_ch40
Weiner, Donald D. ; Drozd, Andrew L. ; Varshney, Pramod Kumar. / Waveform diversity for adaptive radar-an expert system approach. Principles of Waveform Diversity and Design. Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2011. pp. 678-685
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