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Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing

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The goal of this book is to provide in-depth coverage of fundamental topics in radar signal processing from a digital signal processing perspective. The tech- niques of linear systems, filtering, sampling, and Fourier analysis techniques and interpretations are used throughout to provide a modern and unified tuto- rial approach. The coverage includes a full range of the basic signal processing techniques on which all radar systems rely, including topics such as target and interference models, matched filtering, waveform design, Doppler processing, and threshold detection and CFAR. In addition, introductions are provided to the advanced topics of synthetic aperture imaging and space-time adaptive array processing.

This book is intended to fill what I perceive to be a void in the technical literature on radar. The literature offers a number of excellent books on radar systems in general. Recent examples include the books by Edde and Skolnik. These books provide an excellent qualitative and descriptive introduction to radar systems as a whole and are recommended as first texts for anyone inter- ested in the topic. The text by Peebles provides greater quantitative depth on basic radar systems and some signal processing topics. However, the goal of this text is to delve more deeply into the signal processing aspects of radar in partic- ular. A number of good quality texts on advanced topics in radar signal process- ing, principally synthetic aperture imaging and space-time adaptive processing, have appeared in recent years. Synthetic aperture imaging examples include the books by Jakowatz et al., Carrara et al., Soumekh, and dimming and Wong; space-time adaptive processing examples include the books by Klemm and Guerci. The book by Sullivan spans both areas. However, there is a sub- stantial gap between the qualitative systems books and the advanced signal processing books. Specifically, I believe the radar community lacks a current text providing a concise, unified, and modern treatment of the basic radar sig- nal processing techniques on which these more advanced methods are founded: signal modeling, matched filtering and pulse compression, Doppler processing, and threshold detection. It is my hope that this book will fill that gap.
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