Radar Signal Analysis and Processing using MATLAB
This three-day course develops the technical background needed to predict and understand the factors controlling the performance of radar systems including anti-clutter and anti-jamming signal processing techniques. The course introduces the fundamental concepts and properties of various techniques without the necessity of a detailed analytic background. Each student will receive the instructor’s textbook MATLAB Simulations for Radar Systems Design as well as course notes.
Dr. Bassem R. Mahafza is the president and founder of deciBel Research Inc. He is a recognized Subject Matter Expert and is widely known for his three textbooks: Introduction to Radar Analysis, Radar Systems Analysis and Design Using MATLAB, and MATLAB Simulations for Radar Systems Design. Dr. Mahafza’s background includes extensive work in the areas of Radar Technology, Radar Design and Analysis (including all sensor subcomponents), Radar Simulation and Model Design, Radar Signatures and Radar Algorithm Development (especially in the areas of advanced clutter rejection techniques and countermeasures). Dr. Mahafza has published over 65 papers, and over 100 technical reports.
Dr. Andy Harrison is a Systems Analyst at Delta Research. He has extensive experience in the testing, simulation and analysis of radar systems and subsystems. Dr. Harrison also has experience in the development and testing of advanced radar algorithms, including track correlation and SAR imaging. Dr. Harrison led the utilization and anchoring of open source radar models and simulations for integration into end-to-end simulations. Responsibilities included development of tools for radar simulation and visualization of radar operational scenarios. Dr. Harrison has also developed genetic algorithm and particle swarm algorithms for the adaptive nulling and pattern correction of phased array antennas, and serves as an associate editor for the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society.
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