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Second-Order Ocean Surface Cross Section for Shipborne HFSWR
To analyze the characteristics of sea clutter in monostatic shipborne high-frequency surface-wave radar (HFSWR) with uniform linear motion, the second-order patch scatter cross section springs. With the previously proposed first-order ocean surface cross section, each cross sections might be reduced to the existing results in land-based HFSWR. Illustrations and discussions are provided on the basis of the simulation results for different situations. Though the spread Bragg lines vary with the ocean surface wind direction, the second-order contributions contaminate the energies of the Bragg lines within the high ocean state, that might affect the appliance of shipborne HFSWR to wind direction extraction from the ratio of the positive and negative Bragg line energies. The derivations and analyses would be of importance to future investigations and applications, not solely for target detection however additionally for ocean remote sensing.
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