Sea-echo doppler spectrum perturbation of the received signals from a floating high-frequency surface wave radar


A simple but general modelling of a floating high-frequency surface wave radar is presented. It deals with moving antenna systems and assesses the negative effects of antenna motion on the first-order Bragg lines. Various canonical types of movements are considered and simulation results are successfully compared with more specific models or measured data. A realistic configuration supported by experimental results is also addressed.

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