Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing by Mark Richards

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This rigorous text provides in-depth coverage of radar signal processing from a DSP perspective, filling a gap in the literature. There are a number of good books on general radar systems: Skolnik and Nathanson are the most popular. There are also good monographs on advanced and specialty topics like synthetic aperture imaging. But there is a large, practical gap between the qualitative system books and the advanced DSP titles, and that is the slot this book fills.

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In 1980, Mark Richards began his three-part guide to the Peak District for Cicerone Press and in 1987, with Chris Wright, wrote a guide to walking around the former county of Westmorland. He now lives in Cumbria and is writing a series of Fellranger guides covering the region. He has also written a guide to Hadrian's Wall.
Published June 24, 2005 by McGraw-Hill. 513 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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