Simulate radar data at different levels of abstraction–probabilistic or physics-based. For faster simulations, generate probabilistic radar detections and tracks to test tracking and sensor fusion algorithms. For higher fidelity physics-based simulations, model transmitted waveforms that propagate through the environment, reflect off targets, and are received at the radar. Transition from probabilistic models to the physics-based models programmatically. Simulate multipath propagation, clutter, interference, and target echoes. Define targets as simple geometric shapes or complex structures such as a walking pedestrian or a moving bicyclist. Model both active and passive sensors that scan mechanically or electronically in azimuth and elevation. Extract micro-Doppler signatures to classify radar detections and tracks.
|Generate radar detections and tracks|
|Emitted radar signal structure|
|Radar signals and interferences generator|
|Report for single object detection|
|Single object track report|
|Confirm and delete tracks based on recent track history|
|Radar cross section of cylinder|
|Radar cross section of flat circular plate|
|Radar cross section of sphere|
|Radar cross section of truncated cone|
|Free space propagation and reflection of radar signals|
|Backscatter radar signals from bicyclist|
|Backscatter radar signals from pedestrian|
|Simulate constant gamma clutter|
|Simulate constant-gamma clutter using GPU|
|Two-ray propagation channel|
|Wideband two-ray propagation channel|
|Radar cross-section pattern|
|Backscatter Bicyclist||Backscatter signals from bicyclist|
|Backscatter Pedestrian||Backscatter signals from pedestrian|
|Barrage Jammer||Barrage jammer interference source|
|Constant Gamma Clutter||Constant gamma clutter simulation|
|GPU Constant Gamma Clutter||Constant gamma clutter simulation using gpu|
|Two-Ray Channel||Two-ray channel environment|
|Wideband Two-Ray Channel||Wideband two-ray channel environment|
|Pulse Waveform Library||Library of pulse waveforms|
Reflections from land and sea can overwhelm a target echo. Use these tools to simulate clutter.
Create jamming signals that can reduce a receiver’s target detection performance.
A two-ray propagation channel is the next step up in complexity from a free-space channel and is the simplest case of a multipath propagation environment.