Millimeter-Wave and Infrared Multisensor Design and Signal Processing: Millimeter Wave & Infrared Mul by Lawrence A. KleinMillimeter-Wave and Infrared Multisensor Design and Signal Processing: Millimeter Wave & Infrared Mul by Lawrence A. Klein

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Hardcover | November 9, 1999

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Topics presented were developed as part of a course describing advanced sensors for modern defense applications. DLC: Multisensor data fusion.
Title:Millimeter-Wave and Infrared Multisensor Design and Signal Processing: Millimeter Wave & Infrared…Format:HardcoverDimensions:428 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.98 inPublished:November 9, 1999Publisher:Artech House PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0890067643

ISBN - 13:9780890067642

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This is a practical, non-theoretical introduction to the principles, applications and benefits of multi-sensor technology used in smart weapon development, surveillance systems, and an increasing variety of non-military applications. The book provides a broad overview of MMW (millimeter-wave) and IR (infrared) sensor constraints, design principles, system alternatives and targeting applications, and is unique in its coverage of integrated MMW and IR multisensor design.Drawing on extensive professional experience in the design of fire-and-forget weapon systems, the author decribes the operation, tradeoffs, clutter scenarios, performance measures, and signal processing techniques applicable to passive and active MMW and IR sensors. He explains how target detection, even in high-clutter background, and identification of atmospheric and land-based features can be greatly enhanced by combining data from selected multiple sensors.