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Record of the IEEE 2000 International Radar Conference [Cat. No. 00CH37037]
This paper explores how pulse-diverse modulation of an FSK-PSK modulated pulse train enhances exibility to shape the size and distribution of the pulse train's ambiguity v olume on the Doppler-delay plane. Pulse-diverse modulation compresses each pulse in the pulse train di erently. Based on a priori information of the relative criticality of various Doppler-delay regions, (e.g., the presence of strong clutter or jamming in a certain Doppler-delay sector would mean that the ambiguity functiondoi:10.1109/radar.2000.851928 fatcat:c2ha23tki5cvhjvvp4e57bixia