Publisher description for Adaptive antennas and receivers / edited by Melvin M. Weiner.

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With contributions from renowned experts, this book is an authoritative introduction to state-of-the-art research on the detection of target signals in a competing environment that is much larger then the signal after conventional signal processing and receiver filtering. It provides a t baseline for engineers and scientists, as well as practitioners and students working in surveillance, communication, and intelligence, tomography, and security intrusion industries. The book is the first to integrate three advanced approaches to weak signal detection in a spatially correlated non-Gaussian environment: homogenous partitioning of the surveillance volume, adaptive antennas, and adaptive receivers.

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Adaptive antennas.