It quickly became a bestseller and was widely adopted by many professors. The second edition built on this successful format by rearranging and updating topics and code. Each chapter includes the mathematical and analytical coverage necessary for obtaining a solid understanding of radar theory. Incorporating feedback from professors and practicing engineers, the third edition of this bestselling text reflects the state of the art in the field and restructures the material to be more convenient for course use. It includes several new topics and many new end-of-chapter problems.
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This comprehensive book contains theory, easy-to-follow design equations and formulas, and basic principles that radwr the reader with a solid foundation in radar systems.
It quickly became a bestseller and was widely adopted by many professors. Near and Far Fields Part I provides a comprehensive description of radar systems, analyses and design.
Summary Simulation is integral to the successful design of modern radar systems, and there is arguably no better software for this purpose than MATLAB. Narottam Das Narottam Das view profile. Select a Web Site The authors would like to also thank all of our colleagues and friends for their support during the preparation of this book.
Visit 2 of the design case study MyRadar is introduced. Transmit and Receive Losses 1. Shashank Mutha 1 Jul Updated 25 Apr It quickly became a bestseller and was widely adopted by many professors. The authors and the publisher are neither liable nor responsible for any material or non-material losses, loss of wages, personal or property damages of any kind, or for any other type of damages of any and all types that may be incurred by using this book.
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Radar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB, 3e
Mahafza, Atef Elsherbeni Simulation is integral to the successful design of modern radar systems, and there is arguably no better software for this purpose than MATLAB. But software and the ability to use it does not guarantee success. One must also: Understand radar operations and design philosophy Know how to select the radar parameters to meet the design requirements Be able to perform detailed trade-off analysis in the context of radar sizing, modes of operation, frequency selection, waveforms, and signal processing Develop loss and error budgets associated with the design MATLAB Simulations for Radar Systems Design teaches all of this and provides the M-files and hands-on simulation experience needed to design and analyze radar systems. Part I forms a comprehensive description of radar systems, their analysis, and the design process. As the treatment progresses, the complexity increases and the case study requirements are adjusted accordingly.
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