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Radar Basics Part 4: Space-time adaptive processing

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DrFPGA
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DrFPGA   6/29/2011 4:25:35 AM
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These articles are equivalent to an advanced class in applied DSP. Hopefully some example code is available so we can do some hands on design. Just need access to a nice Radar front end and I'm all set.

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Max The Magnificent   6/28/2011 2:45:21 PM
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Now my brain is really starting to ache -- I'm amazed that people can come up with this stuff in the first place -- and then I ponder the fact that Radar only started off about 70 years ago -- when you think about it, the pace of development is incredible (not just in Radar of course -- but everything to do with electronics).

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