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Intro to Radar with Python and MATLAB (Artech House) - RF CafeNorwood, MA - Artech House today announced the publication Introduction to Radar with Python and MATLAB®, by Andy Harrison. This comprehensive resource provides readers with the tools necessary to perform analysis of various waveforms for use in radar systems. It provides information about how to produce synthetic aperture (SAR) images by giving a tomographic formulation and implementation for SAR imaging. Tracking filter fundamentals, and each parameter associated with the filter and how each affects tracking performance are also presented. Various radar cross section measurement techniques are covered, along with waveform selection analysis through the study of the ambiguity function for each particular waveform from simple linear frequency modulation (LFM) waveforms to more complicated coded waveforms.

The text includes the Python tool suite, which allows the reader to analyze and predict radar performance for various scenarios and applications. Also provided are MATLAB® scripts corresponding to the Python tools. The software includes a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) that provides visualizations of the concepts being covered. Users have full access to both the Python and MATLAB source code to modify for their application. With examples using the tool suite are given at the end of each chapter, this text gives readers a clear understanding of how important target scattering is in areas of target detection, target tracking, pulse integration, and target discrimination.

Introduction to Radar with Python and MATLAB® is available now from Artech House, a leading publisher of books for professionals in high-technology industries.

Introduction to Radar with Python and MATLAB®
Andy Harrison
Artech House 2019
Print ISBN: 978-1-63081-597-4
$159

About Artech House

A leading technical book publisher, Artech House provides today’s professionals and students with cutting-edge books and software from the world’s top authorities. From RF/microwave design, wireless communications, radar engineering, and electronic defense, to GPS/GNSS, power engineering, computer security, and building technology, Artech House publishes the forward-looking titles that engineers and managers need to excel. Artech House is a subsidiary of Horizon House Publications, Inc., publisher of the internationally acclaimed magazine Microwave Journal®.

Artech House operates two full service offices: the main headquarters in suburban Boston, and a European division located in Central London. Both offices offer full publishing capabilities, from sales and distribution, to acquisitions and editorial, to promotion and marketing functions.

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Posted November 4, 2019

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