Multidimensional Digital Smoothing Filters for Target Detection

10/02/2014 ∙ by Hugh L. Kennedy, et al. ∙ 0

Recursive, causal and non-causal, multidimensional digital filters, with infinite impulse responses and maximally flat magnitude and delay responses in the low-frequency region, are designed to negate correlated clutter and interference in the background and to accumulate power due to dim targets in the foreground of a surveillance sensor. Expressions relating mean impulse-response duration, frequency selectivity and group delay, to low-order linear-difference-equation coefficients are derived using discrete Laguerre polynomials and discounted least-squares regression, then verified through simulation.

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