Abstract

The principles of optical signal extraction in optoelectronic radar are considered for non-steady-state target irradiation when optimal filtering becomes impossible. Furthermore, the waveform is in principle unknown, which can only be regarded as a short-term change in the mathematical expectation of a random interference process. The principles of constructing this kind of signal processing, the results of simulation, and physical modeling of the proposed algorithms are presented.

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