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A Simple Ship Echo Identification Procedure With SeaSonde HF Radar

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An island-wide high-frequency (HF) radar network was recently established for measuring coastal surface currents in Taiwan. This research makes an attempt to extract ship echoes from the HF radar system's sea-returns. By applying a straightforward procedure to the cross-spectra series of the radar signals, an adaptive detection technique is used to create an adaptive threshold surface. The ship data so derived is compared to that obtained by an automatic identification system. The potential of this procedure to detect vessels is demonstrated.


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