PROJECT TITLE :
Characterization of Radar Target Using Multiple Ultra Wideband Transient Responses
The facet independency nature of the natural resonance embedded in transient signatures of radar targets permits it to be an glorious candidate for target characterization and recognition. The amplitudes of these resonance modes, but, vary as a perform of the excitation aspects and polarization states such that these modes could be poorly excited below certain configurations. To confirm the dominant modes are well excited and included in target characterization, one method is to illuminate the target over a range of aspects and polarization states and perform resonance extraction over the massive range of target signatures. In this letter, we aim to guage an optimal solution to handle such large quantity of information from multiple-side multiple-polarization measurements. Completely different ways in which to handle the data are explored and exemplified employing a simple dielectric target.
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