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|Title:||Mitigating the effect of direct signal interference in passive bistatic radar|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the International Radar Conference (RADAR'09), "Surveillance for a safer world", held in Bordeaux, France 12-26 October 2009.|
|Conference Name:||IEEE Radar Conference (2009 : Bordeaux, France)|
|Abstract:||Passive bistatic radar uses target illuminations by transmitters of opportunity (often commercial broadcasts). Unfortunately, the strength of the direct signal interference (DSI) can often be so strong as to mask target returns. Furthermore, when illumination is provided by a DAB(Digital Audio Broadcasting) network, the problem can be exacerbated by several transmitters operating on the same frequency. The present paper discusses strategies for reducing DSI and the effectiveness of these strategies is investigated through modelling.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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