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The Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) L-band downlink signal from a radar viewpoint is studied. The signal is modelled and its ambiguity function (AF) is analysed and the AF is compared with that of the real recorded signal. It is shown that the AF of a single Inmarsat channel has an interference floor of −40 dB for 80 ms integration time. The AF of the Inmarsat BGAN signal is improved by combining multiple frequency channels with channel overlap.
|Publication status||Published - 25 Aug 2016|
- passive radar
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Passive Microsatellite Based SAR for Persistent Large area Monitoring PASSAT CDE38496
Cherniakov, M., Antoniou, M. & Gashinova, M.
Defence Science And Technology Laboratory
6/03/15 → 30/11/15
Project: Other Government Departments