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Moving Targets

Moving Targets

Many targets, including stationary and moving objects, are operative to reflect electromagnetic energy. To detect moving targets, particularly in a military environment, contemporary radar systems can discriminate the moving targets from the stationary targets. It is known that, for a moving target, the returned signal has a frequency shift (wavelength change) from the signal radiated thereon. This is the Doppler frequency shift known in the art. By measuring the Doppler frequency shift, the moving targets can be detected and discriminated from the stationary targets (such as land or sea clutter). Radar systems that detect moving targets by measuring Doppler frequency shift are referred as the moving-target indication (MTI) radars.


Location

Moving Targets
812 Chestnut St
Perkasie, PA 18944
United States
Telephone: 
800-926-2451
Fax: 
215-257-1570

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