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New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Bispectral methods of signal processing : applications in radar, telecommunications and digital image restoration
By Alexander V. Totsky, Alexander A. Zelensky, Victor F. Kravchenko.
TK5102.9.T717, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

By studying applications in radar, telecommunications and digital image restoration, this monograph discusses signal processing techniques based on bispectral methods. Improved robustness against different forms of noise as well as preservation of phase information render this method a valuable alternative to common power-spectrum analysis used in radar object recognition, digital wireless communications, and jitter removal in images.
[As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Inverse synthetic aperture radar imaging : principles, algorithms, and applications
By Victor C. Chen and Marco Martorell.
TK6592.S95C518, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:

This book is based on the latest research on ISAR imaging of moving targets and non-cooperative target recognition (NCTR). It focuses on how to generate high-resolution ISAR images of targets of interest and how to deal with factors that affect the process. It also looks at extracting information from ISAR images and performing non-cooperative target recognition (NCTR) of moving targets.

Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging covers the more detailed image formation and auto-focusing algorithms as well as applications of these algorithms to real world ISAR imaging. It also includes MATLAB source codes for the simulation of radar scattering from moving targets, implementations of ISAR image formation, auto-focusing, and imaging time selection, and simulations of bi-static and multi-static ISAR imaging algorithms.
[As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Radar micro-Doppler signatures : processing and applications
Edited by Victor C. Chen, David Tahmoush and William J. Miceli.
TK6592.D6R124, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
There is a growing interest in how to use radar micro-Doppler signatures in real world applications. This book introduces basic concepts, principles, and theoretical analysis on the micro-Doppler effect in radar and pulls together the latest research on the processing and application of radar micro-Doppler signatures. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Highly integrated low-power radars
By Saponara, Sergio.
TK6585.S241, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
In recent years, advances in radio detection and ranging technology, sustained by new achievements in the fields of signal processing and electronic components, have permitted the adoption of radars in many civil and defense applications. This resource discusses how highly integrated radar has been adopted by several new markets such as contactless vital sign monitoring (heart rate, breath rate) or harbor traffic control, as well as several applications for vehicle driver assistance. You are provided with scenarios, applications, and requirements, while focusing on the trade-offs between flexibility, programmability, power consumption, size and weight, and complexity. [As taken from Amazon]

New title for Communication and Information Engineering

Signal processing in noise waveform radar
By Kulpa, Krzysztof.
TK6575.K96, Lee Wee Nam Library

Synopsis:
This book is devoted to the emerging technology of noise waveform radar and its signal processing aspects. It is a new kind of radar, which use noise-like waveform to illuminate the target. The book includes an introduction to basic radar theory, starting from classical pulse radar, signal compression, and wave radar. The book then discusses the properties, difficulties and potential of noise radar systems, primarily for low-power and short-range civil applications. The contribution of modern signal processing techniques to making noise radar practical are emphasized, and application examples are given. [As taken from Amazon]