An experimental study of small target detection in sea clutter using vertically and horizontally polarized radar antennas is presented.
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The surface roughness of Arctic ice is observed by calculating the correlation coefficient between the co-polarized and cross-polarized radar returns.
The effect of antenna rotation speed on detecting a fast moving target in sea clutter using a non-coherent X-band radar is studied. The scan-to scan integration is applied using the sigma S6 radar processor.