radar echo


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radar echo

1. The electromagnetic energy received after reflection from an object.
2. The deflection or change of intensity on a cathode ray tube display produced by a radar echo.
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Noun1.radar echo - an electronic signal that has been reflected back to the radar antenna; contains information about the location and distance of the reflecting object
electronic signal - a signal generated by electronic means
radar target, blip, pip - a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface
clutter - unwanted echoes that interfere with the observation of signals on a radar screen
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The R&S AREG100A automotive radar echo generator together with the R&S SMB100B RF signal generator form a simple and innovative solution for verifying today's state-of-the-art and tomorrow's most advanced radar sensors.
This is not a specific type of storm, but is the end result of a gust front that has bowed sharply outward, producing damage and resulting in the distorted radar echo shape.
As shown in Figure 5, the strong precipitation occurs in the areas of strong radar echo ([greater than or equal to] 35dBZ) and high ET height ([greater than or equal to]9 km).
Li, "Vessel target detection using zero-Doppler spectra of radar echo for high-frequency surface wave radar," IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, vol.
Matched filter and Hilbert detector approaches were applied to obtain the time delay of radar echo data, amplitude ratios were used to deduce the dielectric constant of medium layers, and the forward model (FDTD: finite-difference time-domain) was introduced to verify the algorithm.
For developers and manufacturers of radar systems, Rohde & Schwarz features a solution for radar echo simulation based on the R&S SMW200A vector signal generator.
The best way to avoid being detected by enemy devices near the Tag is to embed the Tag signal into radar echo [2].
This method is suitable for processing actual complex HF sky wave radar echo with ionospheric contamination.
And the conventional algorithms based on the assumption of the plane wave cannot be used directly, because this approximation results in the phase deviation of the radar echo and severely limits the resolution of the near-field imaging system.
The wideband radar echo of micro-motion target contains electromagnetic scattering property, geometry property and motion characteristic, which provides important evidence for radar target identification [3].
First, the radar echo signal is mixed with a replica (reference signal) of the transmitted waveform.

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