Special Issue "Microwave Sensors and Radar Techniques"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2021.
Interests: digital signal processing; radar design and radar signal processing
Interests: microwave techniques; noise radar technology; microwave radiometry; microwave active and passive devices design
Radar technology has been known for more than 100 years and it has been under permanent development for both civilian and military applications. The development of microwave technology has been encouraged by radar technology and they have both evolved together. In recent years, development trends of radar technologies can be seen, in particular, in the field of system architecture, algorithms, waveforms, signal processing, materials and new device design, new applications and practical solutions. Therefore, it is our pleasure to invite you all to contribute to this Special Issue of Sensors, the topics of interest for which include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Radar sensors design and platform developments
- Antenna design, modeling, and measurements
- Microwave integrated circuits
- Microwave measurements
- Microwave-acoustic wave devices
- Waveform design techniques
- Radar signal processing
- Algorithms for real-time radar signal processing
- Active and passive devices
- Automotive radar
- Weather radar
- Multi-sensor data fusion
- Radar target tracking
Prof. Dr. Adam M. Kawalec
Dr. Waldemar SUSEK
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- radar signal processing techniques
- radar imaging
- time-domain microwave applications
- modern radar applications
- multifunction radar
- correlation processing
- noise radar technology
- ultra-wideband radar