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This book highlights the synthesis of polarization selection system in the background of passive noise formed by reflections from space-distributed targets. This synthesis is fulfilled as close as possible to its ideal configuration in terms of maximal signal-to-noise ratio for the matched load of radar station antenna system. It presents a new approach to radar system resolution enhancement based on the development of mathematical model for radiometric receivers with mono-pulse antenna systems, as well as creation of a new algorithm that allows increasing angular resolution during the object’s search and tracking due to special signal processing.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

Chapter 1. General Principles of System Analysis of the Problems of Radar Contrast Increment Control Processes

Abstract
System analysis is a relatively new science. It is based on a comprehensive (systemic) approach to solving problems, which in the case of complex large-scale systems (including radar systems) is the most rational way of making decisions. System analysis has proven to be effective and efficient in solving complex problems in various fields of human activity, including economic practice, transport, MIS design, etc. The complexity of control tasks during radar detection necessitates the application of the system analysis in this area (Drachev et al. in Issues Radioelectron 1:91–99, 2014).
Nikolay Kondratyevich Yurkov, Alexey Yevgenyevich Bukharov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 2. Synthesis of Signal’s Polarization Selection System with the Background of Passive Noise Formed by Reflections from Distributed Targets

Abstract
Exact aircraft space and time positioning is of great importance for civil aviation radar systems. Parasite signal from the separation surface has the main impact on the positioning accuracy. The detection capacities of radar station are sometimes worsened by specular reflected signal that may dualize radar image (appearance of “antipode”).
Nikolay Kondratyevich Yurkov, Alexey Yevgenyevich Bukharov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 3. Primary Ways of Technical Implementation of Developed Selection System and Methods of Device’s Error Minimizing

Abstract
The principal cause of polarization parameters measurement errors in polarization selection system is non-ideality of antenna feeder system and UHF guides characteristics in the radar.
Nikolay Kondratyevich Yurkov, Alexey Yevgenyevich Bukharov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 4. Experimental Testing of Theoretical Results

Abstract
In the third chapter of this book the main directions have been outlined for experimental testing of primary theoretical results received during research on the problem of elimination.
Nikolay Kondratyevich Yurkov, Alexey Yevgenyevich Bukharov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny
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