Special Issue "Radar Signal Detection, Recognition and Identification"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 October 2023 | Viewed by 14750
Interests: specific emitter identification; radar signal processing; feature extraction; radar emitter recognition; radar emitter identification; C4I systems; ELINT systems; electronic warfare systems
Interests: SAR/ISAR; passive radars; passive SAR/ISAR; noise radars; radar signal processing
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In radar signals recognition and identification theory, the main task is to set distinctive patterns of such signals and work out methods for distinguishing them. In the literature, terms such as source emission patterns separating surfaces in the measurable features space are widely used to describe pattern recognition and classification. Because radar emitter recognition and classification is based on defining the location of the emission source from the above separating surfaces, it is essential to indicate a very significant fact. The radar metrics needs to be defined in the measurable feature space of this signal and extract the specific features of the radar signal to set a distinctive radar signal pattern.
Recently there has been a rapid development in electronic warfare systems. There are different methods of electromagnetic environment observation which are used to analyze radars’ signatures. These methods increase the quality of algorithms that recognize objects and targets automatically. A difference can be found in the ways of gaining distinctive features.
The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest research results in the area of modern solutions in radar signal recognition and identification utilizing measurement and signature intelligence and the process of distinctive features extraction from radar signals in different applications, including both military use and a broad spectrum of civilian applications. Contributions from leading experts in this field of research will be collected and presented in this Special Issue.
This Special Issue aims to highlight advances in radar signal recognition and identification. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Modern solutions in radar signal detection, recognition and identification;
- Specific radar emitters identification;
- New technologies in the process of features extraction in radar signals;
- Classification methods and data particle divide;
- New technologies in radar signal and data processing;
- Application of artificial intelligence to radar signal detection, recognition and identification;
- Countermeasures to modern radar and ELINT systems;
- Civilian and military applications of modern radar technology in electronic warfare.
Prof. Dr. Janusz Dudczyk
Prof. Dr. Piotr Samczyński
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- Radar Signal Detection