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This thesis is a preliminary attempt to apply digital signal processing techniques to ice radar data. Seismic processing inspired many of the techniques: linear filtering, differentiating, automatic gain control, and stacking. The processing is designed to enhance the radar section by reducing noise and increasing the amplitude of small reflections, making reflections easier to locate. Once reflections have been located, ice thickness and reflector properties can be interpreted from the data.doi:10.14288/1.0052939 fatcat:p233achponggtmpgkg3lpsc5ki