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2011 | 119 | 4 | 473-478
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Adaptively Selecting Working Frequency to Reduce Disturbances in High Frequency Radar

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In high frequency radar, we should avoid noise disturbances in the radar's working-frequency segment. Moreover, the sidelobes of strong targets interfere with the detection of weak targets. A new method based on an adaptive selecting working-frequency is proposed. Frequency spectrum monitor is designed for selecting quiet frequency segment for the radar. Frequency spectrum monitor and the receiver of the radar are arranged to work according to special time periods respectively. So the radar can work in the frequency segments with lower noise disturbances. Moreover, there is no correlation between the noise and the useful echo signal, though the correlation between noises over very short time periods is strong, the noise data produced by frequency spectrum monitor can be exploited effectively. Adjusting system parameters in real-time by adaptive methods can be utilized to reduce noise disturbances. Algorithm based on the properties of crosscorrelation between noise and target is exploited for suppressing sidelobe disturbances of strong targets. Lastly, the feasibility of the methods is verified by processing actual radar data.
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119
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473-478
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2011-04
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