2004 IEEE Radar Conference

Innovative Radar Technologies - Expanding System Capabilities

 
 
 April 26-29, 2004 Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
 
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Space Based Technologies I

Tue, 27 April 2004, 8:40 AM - 9:30 AM

  • Cochair: Dr. John K. Smith, JHU/APL
  • Cochair: Dr. Joseph G. Teti, Lambda Science, Inc.
1.1 Active lens: a mass, volume, and energy efficient antenna for space-based radar Michael Grace - Toyon Research Corporation, Bill Norvell - Consultant, Kevin Higgins - Toyon Research Corporation, Michael Gilbert - Toyon Research Corporation, Hooman Kazemi - Rockwell Scientific Company
1.2 An ultra-low power integrated T/R module for space-based radar technology Hooman Kazemi - Rockwell Scientific Company, Jonathan Hacker - Rockwell Scientific Company, H Xin - Rockwell Scientific Company, Michael Grace - Toyon Research Corporation, Bill Norvell - Consultant, Kevin Higgins - Toyon Research Corporation, Michael Gilbert - Toyon Research Corporation

Space Based Technologies II

Tue, 27 April 2004, 10:20 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Mark Davis, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Cochair: Mr. Lee Upton, MIT/LL
2.1 A digital beamforming processor for the joint DoD/NASA Space Based Radar mission Mark A. Fischman - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Charles Le - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Paul A. Rosen - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
2.2 Onboard FPGA-based SAR processing for future spaceborne systems Charles Le - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Frank Cheng - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Winston Fang - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Mark Fischman - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Scott Hensley - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Robert Johnson - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Michael Jourdan - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Miguel Marina - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Bruce Parham - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Francois Rogez - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Paul Rosen - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Biren Shah - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Stephanie Taft - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Samuel Chan - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
2.3 Antenna autocalibration and metrology approach for the AFRL/JPL space based radar Dalia A McWatters - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Thierry R. Michel - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Vaughn P. Cable - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Adam P. Freedman - Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology
2.4 Adaptive beam-domain processing for space-based radar Braham Himed - Air Force Research Laboratory
2.5 On-board processor for direct distribution of change detection data products Yunling Lou - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Scott Hensley - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Charles Le - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Delwyn Moller - Jet Propulsion Laboratory

SAR Processing Techniques

Tue, 27 April 2004, 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Marshall Greenspan, Northrop Grumman
  • Cochair: Dr. Iram Weinstein, SAIC
3A.1 New algorithms for widefield SAR image formation Walter G Carrara - General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Ron S Goodman - General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Mark A Ricoy - General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
3A.2 Modified Polar Format Algorithm for Processing Spaceborne SAR Data Curtis W. Chen - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
3A.3 A novel parametric SAR autofocus method Jia Xu - Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua university,Beijing, China
3A.4 Enhancement of Backprojection SAR Imagery Using Digital Spotlight Preprocessing Lam H Nguyen - Army Research Laboratory, Marc Ressler - Army Research Lab, David Wong - Army Research Lab, Mehrdad Soumekh - M. Soumekh Consultant & Department of Electrical Engineering, SUNY-Buffalo
3A.5 Recovery of badly motion-degraded SAR imagery by the use of frequency-randomized waveforms Keith Morrison - Cranfield University

System Topics I

Tue, 27 April 2004, 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Paul Hughes, NRL
  • Cochair: Dr. Joe Frank, JHU/APL
3B.1 Ubiquitous radar: an implementation concept James J. Alter - Naval Research Lab, Irwin D Olin - SFA, Inc., Clifford L. Temes - SFA, Inc., Frank F. Kretschmer - , Richard M. White - Naval Research Laboratory
3B.2 MIMO radar: an idea whose time has come Eran Fishler - New Jersey Inst. of Tech., Alexander Haimovich - New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rick Blum - Lehigh University, Dmitry chizhik - Bell Labs - Lucent Technologies, Len Cimini - University of Delaware, Reinaldo Valenzuel - Bell Labs - Lucent Technologies
3B.3 Phased array radar resource management: a comparison of scheduling algorithms Chris J Baker - UCL, Karl Woodbridge - University College London - Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, S?rgio L. de C. Miranda - University College London - Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Hugh D GRIFFITHS - University College London
3B.4 Spatio-temporal delta-sigma modulation for shared wideband transmit arrays Dan P Scholnik - Naval Research Laboratory
3B.5 Peculiar radar cross section properties of double-negative and single-negative metamaterials Andrea Al? - University of Roma Tre, Nader Engheta - University of Pennsylvania

ISAR/GMTI Techniques

Tue, 27 April 2004, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. David Zasada, MITRE
  • Cochair: Mr. John Entzminger, Entzminger Associates
4A.1 Imaging moving objects in 3D from single aperture synthetic aperture radar Mark A. Stuff - G, Martin J. Biancalana - General Dynamics AIS, Gregory Arnold - AFRL/SNAT, Joseph Garbarino - General Dynamics AIS
4A.2 Performance Assessment of Along-Track Interferometry for Detecting Ground Moving Targets Curtis W. Chen - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Elaine Chapin - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Bryan L. Huneycutt - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4A.3 Advanced SAR GMTI techniques Ron Lipps - Naval Research Laboratory, Victor Chen - Naval Research Laboratory, Maitland Bottoms - Naval Research Laboratory
4A.4 Use of genetic algorithm for ISAR image autofocusing Marco Martorella - University of Pisa, Fabrizio Berizzi - University of Pisa, Silvia Bruscoli - University of Pisa

Tracking

Tue, 27 April 2004, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Gerard Trunk, JHU/APL
  • Cochair: Mr. Robert Hill, Consultant
4B.1 Application of Reduced State Estimation to Multisensor Fusion with Out-of-Sequence Measurements Purusottam Mookerjee - Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems & Sensors, Frank Reifler - Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems & Sensors
4B.2 CoreTracking: An Efficient Approach to Clustering Moving Targets and Tracking Clusters Daoying Ma - University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, Aidong Zhang - University at Buffalo, the State University of New York
4B.3 A constrained extended Kalman filter for target tracking Anders Erik Nordsjo - Saab Bofors Dynamics
4B.4 Analysis of advanced data association techniques for ASDE radar Jesus Garcia - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Juan Besada - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Gonzalo de Miguel - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Jose M Molina - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Antonio Berlanga - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Space-Time Adaptive Processing I

Wed, 28 April 2004, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

  • Cochair: Dr. Michael C. Wicks, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Cochair: Dr. J. Scott Goldstein, SAIC
5A.1 Application of space-time techniques in radar systems Abner Ephrath - Rafael, Israel, Branka Vucetic - The University of Sydney
5A.2 Classification of training data with reduced-rank generalized inner product Michael A Tinston - Science Applications International Corporation, William Ogle - Science Applications International Corporation, Michael L Picciolo - Science Applications International Corporation, J. Scott Goldstein - Science Applications International Corporation, Michael C Wicks - Air Force Research Laboratory, Peter Zulch - Air Force Research Laboratory
5A.3 Adaptive Doppler filtering applied to modern air traffic control radars Karen J. Anderson - MIT/Lincoln Laboratory, James Ward - MIT/Lincoln Laboratory, Robert M. O'Donnell - MIT/Lincoln Laboratory
5A.4 A robust loaded reiterative median cascaded canceller Michael L. Picciolo - SAIC, Karl Gerlach - NRL

Waveforms & Processing

Wed, 28 April 2004, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

  • Cochair: Dr. Robert Trebits, GTRI
  • Cochair: Dr. Carl Leyh, Lockheed Martin
5B.1 Orthogonal train of modified Costas pulses Nadav Levanon - Tel Aviv University, Eli Mozeson -
5B.2 Combinatoric collaboration on Costas arrays and radar applications James K Beard - Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems and Sensors, Jon C Russo - Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories, Keith G Erickson - New Jersey Institute of Technology, Michael C Monteleone - New Jersey Institute of Technology, Michael T Wright - New Jersey Institute of Technology
5B.3 Simultaneous use of multiple pseudo random noise codes in multistatic CW radar Terje Johnsen - Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, Karl E Olsen - Norwegian Defence Research Establishment
5B.4 Adaptive pulse compression Shannon D. Blunt - Naval Research Laboratory, Karl Gerlach - Naval Research Laboratory

Knowledge Aided Sensor Signal Processing & Expert Reasoning

Wed, 28 April 2004, 10:20 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, DARPA
  • Cochair: Dr. William L. Melvin, Georgia Tech Research Institute
6A.1 Multi-resolution signal processing techniques for airborne radar Jameson Bergin - ISL, Inc, Christopher Teixeira - , Techau -
6A.2 Physics-based airborne ground moving target radar signal processing George R Legters - Science Applications International Corporation, Joseph R Guerci - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
6A.3 STAP with knowledge-aided data pre-whitening Jameson Bergin - ISL, Inc, Christopher M. Teixeira - ISL, Paul M. Techau - ISL, Joseph R. Guerci - DARPA/SPO
6A.4 Improving knowledge-aided STAP performance using past CPI data Douglas A. Page - ALPHATECH, Inc., Steven Scarborough - ALPHATECH, Inc., Gregory Owirka - ALPHATECH, Inc., Steven Crooks - ALPHATECH, Inc.
6A.5 A knowledge aided GMTI detection architecture William L. Melvin - Georgia Tech Research Institute

System Topics II

Wed, 28 April 2004, 10:20 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. David Staiman, Lockheed Martin
  • Cochair: Dr. John Milan, ITT Gilfillan
6B.1 Advanced geostationary radar for hurricane monitoring and studies Eastwood Im - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
6B.2 Crossbeam wind measurements with a phased array Doppler weather radar: theory Richard J. Doviak - National Severe Storms Laboratory, Guifu Zhang - NCAR, Tian-You Yu - University of Oklahoma
6B.3 An L-band SAR for Repeat Pass Deformation Measurements on a UAV Platform Kevin Wheeler - JPL
6B.4 SAR image formation algorithm with multipath reflectivity estimation David A. Garren - SAIC, J. Scott Goldstein - SAIC, Danielle R. Obuchon - SAIC, Robert R. Greene - SAIC, Jan A. North - Lt. Col., USAF; SAF/ST
6B.5 Belief Fusion, Pignistic Probabilities, and Information Content in Fusing Tracking Attributes John J. Sudano - LMC

Detection & Estimation Techiques

Wed, 28 April 2004, 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Gary Graham, DARPA
  • Cochair: Dr. Bradford Tousley, DARPA
7.1 Doppler parameter estimation of airborne radar based on a novel clutter model Jia Xu - Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua university,Beijing, China
7.2 Experimental analysis of the CFAR behavior of some adaptive radar detectors Antonio De Maio - University of Napoli, Goffredo Foglia - , Ernesto Conte - , Alfonso Farina -
7.3 Techniques for higher order analysis of radar clutter and their application to L-band LIFE data E Conte - University of Napoli, Antonio De Maio - , Alfonso Farina -
7.4 Non-coherent detection of slow-moving targets in high resolution sea clutter Shannon D. Blunt - Naval Research Laboratory, Karl Gerlach - Naval Research Laboratory, Jeffrey Heyer - Naval Research Laboratory
7.5 A CFAR thresholding approach based on test cell statistics Tri-Tan Van Cao - DSTO, Australia, Andrew Shaw - DSTO, Australia

Space-Time Adaptive Processing II

Wed, 28 April 2004, 4:10 PM - 5:30 PM

  • Cochair: Mr. James K. Day, Lockheed Martin
  • Cochair: Dr. Ravi Adve, University of Toronto
8.1 STAP for radar Allan O. Steinhardt - Booz Allen Hamilton, Joseph R. Guerci - DARPA/SPO
8.2 Canonical framework for describing suboptimum radar space-time adaptive processing (STAP) techniques Sebastien De Greve - University of Liege, Fabian D. Lapierre - University of Liege, Jacques G. Verly - University of Liege
8.3 Comparison of the radar clutter cancellation performance of post- and pre-Doppler STAP for GMTI from an experimental airborne surveillance radar Paul G. Kealey - QinetiQ Ltd., Ian P. Finley - QinetiQ Ltd.
8.4 Cancellation of clutter and e.m. interference with STAP algorithms. Application to live data acquired with a ground-based phased array radar Alfonso Farina - AMS, Luca Timmoneri - AMS
 
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