ACHIEVING MINIMUM PEAK SIDE LOBE THROUGH PULSE COMPRESSION CODING TECHNIQUE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR
Beatrice Sylvia V I A. Sumathi
In the Electronic Warfare (EW) field, the interception of Radarsignals and retardation of Radar performance are of primary consequences. In this generation, a modern radar called Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) which is used to create two- or 3-dimensional images of objects and synthetically increases the antenna size or aperture to increase the azimuth resolution of the mapped area.To achieve a minimum peak side lobe and minimal main beamwidth, in this paper the radar waveform generator are developedusing various pulse compression coding techniques which aims to achieve both better range resolution and high target detection capability. This radar waveform isimplemented in the Matlab software tool.
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