Dechirp-on-Receive Linearly Frequency Modulated Radar as a Matched-Filter Detector


It's widely assumed that dechirp-on-receive linearly frequency modulated radar is a kind of matched filtering, though this is rarely demonstrated. During this correspondence it is shown that this type of radar receiver, specifically linearly frequency modulated CW (LFMCW) radar and stretch processing radar, closely approaches matched filtering, and therefore will be assumed to own the same well-understood properties and blessings as that category of detectors.

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