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In this paper a performance analysis on recorded live knowledge of some detectors for range-spread targets is developed. To the present finish, real target and sea-clutter data collected by a fully coherent Ka-band radar system, that includes submeter vary resolution, are used. The study is of particular interest for homeland security radar applications where a careful coastal management is critical to forestall the arrival of nonauthorized small boats. The performance of each rank-one and subspace range-spread target detection ways is analyzed, each in terms of constant false alarm rate (CFAR) behavior and in terms of detection capabilities. With reference to the previous issue, muddle-only datafiles are used whereas, regarding the latter information containing both real target and clutter are used. The targets returns come back from typical tiny boats (like inflatable, wood, and patrol boats) appearing range distributed at the resolution of the exploited radar system. Vary-time detection maps are shown, assessing the aptitude of the analyzed processors to detect the aforementioned targets of great interest for homeland coastal security. Finally, the performance improvements achievable by over-resolving the target is quantified.
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