Anti Deceptive Jamming for MIMO Radar Based on Data Fusion and Notch Filtering (in English)
- Received Date: 2012-08-27
- Accepted Date: 2012-09-04
- Available Online: 2012-06-28
Abstract: Deceptive jamming can get vivid jamming effect on Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) radar with very low power. In order to remove those deceptive targets, one method based on signal jittering, data fusion and fake target notch filtering is proposed in this paper. Multiple orthogonal binary phase codes are used as transmitted signals, before each time of transmission each transmitter will choose one signal from all the orthogonal codes, images of echoes of all kinds of codes are detected with constant false alarm rate. Targets detected in images of echoes of all different signals are fused to determine to be real or not, fake targets will be nulled by notch filtering in the image, therefore, weak real targets can be detected in the next round of detection, in this way fusion and notch filtering are implemented again and again until no fake targets exist. The effect of deceptive jamming on radar will be removed completely. Simulation result testifies that the method based on signal jittering, data fusion and notch filtering can help MIMO radar remove deceptive jamming completely.