Ultrawideband Radar: Applications and Design

1st Edition

James D. Taylor

CRC Press
Published May 18, 2012
Reference - 536 Pages - 325 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781420089868 - CAT# 89862

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  • Discusses UWB radar theory through case studies by an international team of researchers and experts
  • Presents the latest developments in UWB propagation theory, antenna design, random noise radar, and radar imaging
  • Gives the working engineer all the key information that would take hours of research to find
  • Offers a comprehensive history of UWB radar and extracts of governmental regulations from around the world
  • Provides overviews of UWB radar theory subjects along with useful information


Providing a practical review of the latest technology in the field, Ultrawideband Radar Applications and Design presents cutting-edge advances in theory, design, and practical applications of ultrawideband (UWB) radar. This book features contributions from an international team of experts to help readers learn about a wide range of UWB topics, including:

  • History of the technology
  • American and European governmental regulations and key definitions
  • Nonsinusoidal wave propagation theory
  • Random signal radar
  • Object detection by ground permittivity measurements
  • Large-target backscattering effects
  • Medical applications
  • Large current radiator antenna design
  • Materials-penetrating theory
  • Radar signal processing
  • Weak-signal detection methods
  • Holographic and real time radar imaging

This book’s contributors use practical information to illustrate the latest theoretical developments and demonstrate UWB radar principles through case studies. Radar system engineers will find ideas for precision electronic sensing systems for use in medical, security, industrial, construction, and geophysical applications, as well as those used in archeological, forensic and transportation operations.


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