July - September 1997, Volume 18, Number 3

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Coherent Radar

   Coherent Radar: Guest Editor's Introduction
   R. Rzemien

   Aircraft Wake Vortex Detection Using Continuous-Wave Radar
   J. M. Hanson and F. J. Marcotte

   Phase Error Compensation Technique for Improved Synthetic Aperture Radar Performance
   D. C. Griffith

   Imaging a BQM-74E Target Drone Using Coherent Radar Cross Section Measurements
   A. J. Bric

   Coherent Data Collectors: A Hardware Perspective
    R. Rzemien

   Coherent Data Collection and Analysis Capability for the AN/SPS-48E Radar
   J. F. Roulette and K. A. Skrivseth

   The Mark 92 Modification 6 Fire Control System and APL's Coherent Radar Data Program
   E. Fong and S. W. Kay

   Coherent Data Collection Efforts in Support of Phalanx
   R. Rzemien and J. F. Roulette

   An Airborne Captive Seeker with Real-Time Analysis Capability
   F. J. Marcotte and J. M. Hanson

   A Site-Specific Model of Radar Terrain Backscatter and Shadowing
   C. C. Lin and J. P. Reilly

   

Other Topic

   Infrared System Test and Evaluation at APL
   S. A. Gearhart and K. K. Vogel

   

Miscellanea

   Publications, Presentations, and Colloquia

Icon THE COVER: A patrolling ship detects the presence of a potentially hostile aircraft approaching from the land. One of the most significant properties of a coherent radar is its ability to locate relatively small objects in the presence of large ones, such as mountainous terrains. This illustration depicts the radar pulling the target out of the land clutter, making it visible to the ship's personnel. (Cover illustration by Kenneth R. Moscati.)


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