2012, English, Article, Report edition: Nonhomogeneity detection in CFAR reference windows using the mean-mean ratio test / T.V. Cao. [electronic resource] / Cao, Tri-Tan Van.

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  • Edinburgh, S. Aust. : DSTO, 2012.
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  • English

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Title
  • Nonhomogeneity detection in CFAR reference windows using the mean-mean ratio test T.V. Cao.
Author
  • Cao, Tri-Tan Van.
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  • Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia). Electronic Warfare and Radar Division.
Published
  • Edinburgh, S. Aust. : DSTO, 2012.
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  • A new method designated as the mean-to-mean ratio (MMR) test is proposed for the detection of nonhomogeneities in a radar's Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) reference window. No a priori knowledge of the nonhomogeneity topology is assumed. Analysis using the Monte-Carlo method based on Rayleigh clutter and Swerling I target models is presented. Target-like interferences which seriously degrade the detection performance of the cell-averaging CFAR detector can be detected with a higher probability by the MMR test.
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  • "January 2012"
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  • Commonwealth of Australia 2012.
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  • English
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  • 621.3848
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