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By X. Ai, Y. Zeng, L. Wang, M. Wang, and Y. Li

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Imaging and scaling of precession targets are very important in spatial target surveillance. The bistatic wideband radar echo model of the spatial precession cone-shaped target is induced, and bistatic ISAR imaging method based on time-frequency analysis is described. Combined with the monostatic and bistatic scattering characteristics of cone-shaped targets, the cross scaling method is presented through range instantaneous Doppler (RID) image matching using T/R-R bistatic radar observations, and the correct scaled monostatic and bistatic two-dimensional images can be obtained at the same time, which can reflect the actual size of the target. The algorithm is validated by dynamic simulation with electromagnetic computation data and provides a feasible way for the stable recognition of spatial targets.

X. Ai, Y. Zeng, L. Wang, M. Wang, and Y. Li, "ISAR Imaging and Scaling Method of Precession Targets in Wideband T/R-R Bistatic Radar," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 53, 191-199, 2017.

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