Analysis Study of Radar Probability of Detection for Fluctuating and Non-fluctuating Targets
Keywords:Radar signal processing, radar detection, probability of detection, probability of false alarm, Swerling target model
The radar analyst can develop and use mathematical and statistical techniques that lead to accurate prediction or adapting models for estimating the target detection performance. In radar detection theory, detection probability, false alarm probability, number of samples non-coherently integrated for a detection test, and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) are closely interrelated. The present paper is intended to provide an overview of the calculations of radar probability of detection and its related parameters. The main methods and procedures for predicting the detection performance of either non-fluctuating or fluctuating targets are described. Performance’s analysis of the studied models is included, along with some graphical simulation examples.
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