The radar micro-Doppler signature is a distinctive characteristic of a target that provides evidence for the identity of the target with movement. Thus, the micro- Doppler signature has been widely applied in military and civilian uses, such as detection, tracking, and discrimination of dismounts, vehicles, or other targets of interest, identifying human movements, finding human subjects behind walls, detecting trapped victims, and many others.
Since 2011, we have organized a number of tutorials and workshops pertaining to the potential benefits of micro-Doppler phenomenology and processing. We have noted that participants tend to ask how to adapt general micro-Doppler signal analysis and processing to specific applications. This book will respond to such enquiries by selecting specific applications and dedicating a chapter contributed by internationally recognized authors. The book concentrates on the processing and application of radar micro-Doppler signatures in real-world situations, providing readers with a working knowledge on various applications of radar micro-Doppler signatures. We believe topics included will provide students, academics, and research professionals with a polyvalent reference book.
In the book, we first review the current progress, challenges, and perspectives on radar micro-Doppler research and, then, introduce the phenomenology of radar micro-Doppler signatures. The following chapters include progresses in combined micro-range and micro-Doppler signature analysis, human movement analysis using a super-high resolution radar, micro-Doppler signatures in through-wall radar, identification of human movements, micro-Doppler signature of helicopter rotor blades, micro-Doppler signature of small boats in sea clutter, bistatic/multistatic micro-Doppler signatures, decomposition of micro-Doppler signatures, micro-Doppler signatures in sonar, and micro-Doppler signatures of wind turbines.
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