Radar Data: Real Ground Clutter Plus Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

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Hao
Wu
Submitted by:
Hao Wu
Last updated:
Sun, 05/08/2022 - 02:36
DOI:
10.21227/frkg-2q63
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Abstract 

The radar system is placed in a tower with a height of 90 m, and the UAV flies toward to the tower starting from the distance of 600 m. The flying height is 45 m, and the speed is approximate 20 m/s.

The selected radar is a coherent radar with an azimuth beam-width of 5 degree and a pulse repetition frequency of 20 kHz, and the UAV model is DJI M600 pro with the SCR of approximate -8.3 dB.

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Radar target detection data:

The radar system is placed in a tower with a height of 90 m, and the UAV flies toward to the tower starting from the distance of 600 m. The flying height is 45 m, and the speed is approximate 20 m/s.

The selected radar is a coherent radar with an azimuth beam-width of 5 degree and a pulse repetition frequency of 20 kHz, and the UAV model is DJI M600 pro with the SCR of approximate -8.3 dB.

The data in these files form a 2048*960 dimensional matrix. Here, the 960 indicates the number of range cells, and 2048 is the number of pulses.