Frequency ambiguity resolution
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Frequency ambiguity resolution is used to find true target velocity for medium pulse repetition frequency (PRF) radar systems.wikipedia
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Frequency ambiguity resolution is used to find true target velocity for medium pulse repetition frequency (PRF) radar systems.
For example, an L-Band radar with 500 Hz pulse rate produces ambiguous velocity above 75 m/s (170 mile/hour), while detecting true range up to 300 km.
This is used with pulse-Doppler radar.
* Frequency ambiguity resolution detailed explanation
The radial velocity measurements made in this way produce a modulo function of the true radial velocity.
Radar pulsing causes a phenomenon called aliasing, which occurs when the Doppler frequency created by reflector motion exceeds the pulse repetition frequency (PRF).
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This concept is related to range ambiguity resolution.
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This limitation is called the Nyquist sampling rate.
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Frequency is folded for high speed targets where radial velocity produces a frequency shift above the Nyquist frequency.
The true speed of the target may be folded by a modulo operation produced by the sampling process.
This could also be implemented as a convolution function, where the spectrum amplitudes from one PRF are applied to spectrum samples from the other PRF as a sliding window function.
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The received signals are also compared using the frequency ambiguity resolution process.