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Target Classification and Identification Techniques for Advanced Metric Wave Radar

  • Jianqi WuEmail author
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Abstract

The research on radar target identification requires profound theoretical basis and numerous field tests, which certainly will promote the modern radar theory and modern radar technology to a new stage.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Electronics Technology Group CorporationHefeiChina

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