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Title: Pulse Compression with Very Low Sidelobes in an Airborne Rain Mapping Rada
Authors: Tanner, A.
Durden, S.
Im, E.
Li, F.
Ricketts, W.
Wilsons, W.
Issue Date: 5-Jan-1993
Citation: USA
Abstract: The pulse compression system for an airborne rain mapping rada is described. This system uses time domain weighting of the transmit pulse and is able to achive a pulse compression sidelobe level of -55 dB. This is significantly lower than any values previously reported in the open literature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35407
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