Measurement and modelling of bistatic radar sea clutter
Bistatic radar is a subject of considerable present interest. Despite this, current understanding of the properties of bistatic clutter, and in particular, bistatic sea clutter, is limited at best. The purpose of this study is to present an analysis of the limited existing published radar data and to derive an empirical model, which expresses the variation of mean σ0 with the measurement geometry and sea conditions. This empirical model is then compared with electromagnetic (EM) scattering...[Show more]
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