Understanding Passive Radar: From Fundamental Theory to Advanced Applications
Graeme E. Smith, Research Assistant ProfessorInstructor:
Research Area: Radar systems, cognition for sensing, bioinspired signal processing, passive radar, radar target recognition and micro-Doppler
Date/Time: Thursday, August 8 | 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
With rising demand on the electromagnetic spectrum to support communications, passive radar methods are critical for future remote sensing capabilities. Learn about passive radar through worked examples with experimental results. Included topics cover: passive radar fundamentals; GNSS reflectometry; target imaging, multistatic architectures, and array based localization and tracking.