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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System & Subsystem Technologies

Tue, 27 April 2004, 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM

  • Cochair: Mr. Emil Martinsek, AFRL
  • Cochair: Dr. Thomas Miller, Raytheon
1.1 Low-cost radar surveillance of inland waterways for homeland security applications Peter Weber - Sicom Systems Ltd., Tim J. Nohara - Sicom Systems Ltd., Al Premji - Sicom Systems Ltd., Carl Krasnor - Sicom Systems Ltd.
1.2 A Spectrally Clean Transmitting System for Solid-State Phased-Array Radars Hugh H Faust - Naval Research Laboratory
1.3 Synthesizing task periods for dwells in multi-function phased array radars Chi-Sheng Shih - National Taiwan University, Phanindra Ganti - QualComm Corp., Sathish Gopalakrishnan - UIUC, Marco Caccamo - UIUC, Lui Sha - UIUC
1.4 ADC spurious signal mitigation in radar by modifying the LO Ben H Cantrell - Naval Research Laboratory
1.5 Delta-sigma waveform generation for digital radars Richard M. White - Naval Research Laboratory, Ben H. Cantrell - Naval Research Laboratory, John P. McConnell - Naval Research Laboratory, James J. Alter - Naval Research Laboratory
1.6 From a high-resolution LFM-CW shipborne radar to an airport surface detection equipment Jes?s Grajal - Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, ETSI Telecomunicaci?n., Alberto Asensio - Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid, ETSI Telecomunicaci?n., Laureano Requejo - Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid ETSI Telecomunicaci?n.
1.7 Waveform Generation and Signal Processing for a Multifunction Radar System Marvin A. Conn - Army Research Laboratory, Eric Adler - Army Research Laboratory, Geoffrey H Goldman - Army Research Laboratory, Francois Koenig - Army Research Laboratory
1.8 An Open Architecture for an Embedded Signal Processing Subsystem Stephen F Shank - Lockheed Martin MS2, William J. Paterson - Lockheed Martin MS2, John Johansson - Lockheed Martin MS2, Leon M Trevito - Lockheed Martin MS2
1.9 Doppler frequency extraction of foliage penetration radar based on the Hilbert-Haung transform technology Chengjie Cai - Nanyang Technological University, Jeffrey S. Fu - Nanyang Technological University, WEIXIAN LIU - NTU
1.10 On-line sensor calibration for airport data fusion Juan A Besada - UPM, Jesus Garcia - UCIIIM, Mari Carmen Gomez - , Andres Soto - UPM

SAR, ISAR and Tracking

Tue, 27 April 2004, 3:20 PM - 4:10 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Unnikrishna S Pillai, Polytechnic University
  • Cochair: Dr. Robert McMillan, USASMDC
2.1 Synthetic-aperture assessment of a dispersive surface Margaret Cheney - RPI
2.2 ISAR minimum-entropy phase adjustment Junfeng Wang - Shanghai Jiaotong University, Xingzhao Liu - Shanghai Jiaotong University
2.3 Developments in repeat pass interferometric radar for earth and planetary sciences Paul Rosen - JPL
2.4 An inverse polar format algorithm for turntable spotlight ISAR imaging systems using stepped frequency waveforms Scott D. Fisher - Georgia Institute of Technology, Mark A. Richards - Georgia Institute of Technology, Gregory A. Showman - Georgia Tech Research Institute
2.5 Enhanced maneuvering targets detection via polynomial phase modeling in over-the-horizon radar Kun Lu - Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Xingzhao Liu - Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2.6 Detection and tracking of ballistic target Alfonso Farina - AMS, Luca Timmoneri - AMS, Maria Rosaria Toma - AMS, Luciana Ortenzi - AMS, Ugo Fabrizio D'Elia - MBDA Italy, Maria Grazia Del Gaudio - MBDA Italy, Sandro Immediata - AMS
2.7 A Kalman filter-based radar track data fusion algorithm applied to a select ICBM case John G Ferrante - Lockheed Martin MS2 Moorestown Advanced Systems
2.8 Effect of the common process noise on performance of two-sensor fused-track Jie Zhao - School of Automatic, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Tao Xu - Lab.551, Dept. of E.E., Beijing Institute of Technology, LiXiang Ren - Lab.551, Dept. of E.E., Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhishe Cui - Missile College, Air Force Engineering University

Knowledge Aided Sensor Signal Processing & Expert Reasoning

Wed, 28 April 2004, 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM

  • Cochair: Dr. Allan O. Steinhardt, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Cochair: Dr. Pierfrancesco Lombardo, INFOCOM Dpt., University of Rome La Sapienza
3.1 Adaptive thresholding on nonhomogeneity detection for STAP applications Christopher M. Teixeira - Information Systems Laboratories, Inc., Christopher M. Teixeira - Information Systems Laboratories, Inc., Jameson S. Bergin - Information Systems Laboratories, Inc., Paul M. Techau - Information Systems Laboratories, Inc.
3.2 Improved STAP performance using knowledge-aided secondary data selection Christopher T. Capraro - Capraro Technologies, Inc., Gerard T. Capraro - Capraro Technologies, Inc., Donald D. Weiner - Syracuse University, Michael C. Wicks - USAF Research Laboratory, William J. Baldygo - USAF Research Laboratory
3.3 Space-time adaptive processing (STAP) with limited sample support Braham Himed - Air Force Research Laboratory, -
3.4 Efficient robust AMF using the enhanced FRACTA algorithm: results from KASSPER I & II Shannon D. Blunt - Naval Research Laboratory, Karl Gerlach - Naval Research Laboratory
3.5 Terrain height estimation using GMTI radar Charles J. Morgan - Technology Service Corporation, Steven Jaroszewski - Technology Service Corporation, Paul D. Mountcastle - Technology Service Corporation
3.6 Novel Signal Processing Architectures for Knowledge-based STAP Algorithms Matthew C French - USC / ISI, Jinwoo Suh - USC / ISI, Stephen P Crago - USC / ISI, John Damoulakis - USC / ISI
3.7 STAP training through knowledge-aided predictive modeling Nathan A Goodman - ECE Dept., University of Arizona, Prashanth R Gurram - ECE Dept, University of Arizona
3.8 The knowledge aided sensor signal processing and expert reasoning (KASSPER) real-time signal processing architecture Glenn E Schrader - MIT Lincoln Lab
3.9 New implementation of the Billingsley clutter model for high fidelity GMTI data cube generation Paul D Mountcastle - Technology Service Corpopration

STAP and Signal Processing

Wed, 28 April 2004, 3:20 PM - 4:10 PM

  • Cochair: Dr. Muralidhar Rangaswamy, AFRL
  • Cochair: Dr. Michael Zatman, DARPA
4.1 Cramer-Rao lower bounds for bearing estimation in STAP performance analysis Gregory A Showman - Georgia Tech Research Institute, William L. Melvin - Georgia Tech Research Institute, Daren J. Zywicki - Georgia Tech Research Institute
4.2 Efficient Tapering Methods for STAP Unnikrishna S Pillai - Polytechnic University, Joseph R. Guerci - DARPA/SPO, Radhakrishnan S Pillai - C & P Technologies, Inc.
4.3 Analysis of terrain scattered interference mitigation Anders Nelander - Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
4.4 An alternating transmit approach for STAP with short antenna arrays Pierfrancesco Lombardo - University of Rome "La Sapienza", Fabiola Colone - University of Rome
4.5 A method of sidelobe cancellation using wavelet packets Patrick E. Cahill - Naval Research Laboratory, Karl Gerlach - Naval Research Laboratory, Feng-ling Lin - Naval Research Laboratory
4.6 A multiple hypotheses testing approach to radar detection and pre-classification Maria S. Greco - Dept. of , Fulvio Gini - Dept. of "Ingegneria della Informazione", University of Pisa, Italy, Alfonso Farina - Alenia Marconi Systems
4.7 Estimating the number of signals in presence of colored noise Pinyuen Chen - Syracuse University, Gerard J. Genello - Air Force Research Laboratory, Michael C. Wicks - Air Force Research Laboratory
4.8 Efficient exhaustive search for optimal-PSL binary codes Gregory E. Coxson - Lockheed Martin MS2, Jon C. Russo - Lockheed Martin ATL
4.9 The Earth Rotation Effect on a LEO L-Band GMTI SBR and Mitigation Strategies Peter Zulch - Air Force Research Laboratory, Mark Davis - Air Force Research Laboratory, Robert Hancock - CAE Soft Corp., Sid Theis - CAE Soft Corp., Larry Adzima - Stiefvater Consultants
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