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Imagine the ideal radar book.

Imagine the ideal radar book. What criteria define it?oProvides a detailed useful reference for working engineers and can serve as an advanced graduate textbookoStands on its own as a complete presentation of the subjectoIncludes examples and exercise problemsoHelps readers move beyond the theory into the real world of radar design and analysisRadar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB does all this and more.

Each chapter includes the mathematical and analytical coverage necessary for obtaining a solid understanding of radar theory. Additionally, MATLAB functions/programs in each chapter further enhance comprehension of the theory and provide a source for establishing radar system design requirements.

Radar Signal Analysis and Processing Using MATLAB. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design. This comprehensive book contains theory, easy-to-follow design equations and formulas, and basic principles that provide the reader with a solid foundation in radar systems. Academics teaching a course in radar systems will find this an excellent teaching resource and should consider this book for their main textbook.

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Mahafza, Bassem R. Radar systems & analysis and design using Matlab p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1-58488-182-8 (alk. paper) 1. Radar. 2. System analysis-Data processing. M27 2000 52. 8484-dc21. 00-026914 CIP. This book contains information obtained from authentic and highly regarded sources. Reprinted material is quoted with permission, and sources are indicated. A wide variety of references are listed.

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An introduction to radar systems should ideally be self-contained and hands-on, a combination lacking in most radar texts. The first edition of Radar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB® provided such an approach, and the second edition continues in the same vein. This edition has been updated, expanded, and reorganized to include advances in the field and to be more logical in sequence.Ideal for anyone encountering the topic for the first time or for professionals in need of on-the-job reference, this book features an abundance of MATLAB programs and code. Radar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB®, Second Edition presents the fundamentals and principles of radar along with enough rigorous mathematical derivations to ensure that you gain a deep understanding. The author has extensively revised chapters on radar cross-section and polarization, matched filter and radar ambiguity function, and radar wave propagation. He also added information on topics such as PRN codes, multipath and refraction, clutter and MTI processing, and high range resolution.With all MATLAB functions updated to reflect version 7.0 and an expanded set of self-test problems, you will find this up-to-date text to be the most complete treatment of radar available, providing the hands-on tools that will enrich your learning.

An excellent text with a good collection of tested Matlab models available on the CRC website. This text is suitable for practising engineers in the area and graduate students involved in radar and related areas.
I have used the 1st edition the matched-filter mfile ran fine with the authors data set. In the 2nd edition hte mfiles have been rewritten and take forever to run, the matched-filter to well over 10 minutes. Great book, use the 1st editions mfiles!!!!!!
The book was accurately described and very promptly shipped. This was a very positive experience, considering I got a like-new book for a bargain price.
This is a fine radar text and particularly well suited to a course on the subject (MatLab code included in text and download). Well suited because the author develops the storyline a piece at a time. Starting with outcomes under simple assumptions (e.g. a single pulse vs. a pulse train). For those with experience in the field don't let that throw you. If you do, you'll find e.g. the range-resolution/doppler-resolution ambiguity function (though not frequently used in practice) gives a result that doppler resolution is proportional to the inverse of pulsewidth. For a 1us pulsewidth, that's a doppler resolution at best of a MHz. Far from what you expected with the more usual 200Hz to 500Hz doppler binwidths. Only later, near the end of this same chapter do you recognize your expectation is satisfied by a pulse train, where doppler resolution is the inverse of integration time over that train (after all, he did say the first example was for a single pulse). Like so many radar texts, this one also leaves out some critical topics that seem to fall under the heading of esoteric. However without factors like phase noise, image noise and channel balance, your radar won't work - at least not well. These aren't any more complex than anything else in the book, so why at least a mention doesn't make print is always a bit baffling. Also, while this second edition has fixed bugs in the first edition, it still has some (like pulse compression matched_filter.m), so as always, you'll have to fix what you get. But that's a lot better than nothing as most of the guts are there to make the creature you're trying to create come alive.
2nd edition is a Reorganization of the 1st edition. Author mentions Apeendix F which is missing, and etc. Needs editorial work for the price.