The performances of the classical video integrator and the well-known binary integrator (which can also be called an order statistics integrator) are compared with that of a new integrator, called the censored video integrator (CVI), for a Swerling II target in Gaussian noise. CVI performs sorting, censoring, and nonuniform weighted averaging. It is shown that for a Swerling II target, the added loss of the CVI is always lower than the added loss of the corresponding binary integrator. CVI is also less susceptible to strong interferences.
|Number of pages||3|
|State||Published - 1990|
|Event||IEEE 1990 International Radar Conference - Arlington, VA, USA|
Duration: 7 May 1990 → 10 May 1990
|Conference||IEEE 1990 International Radar Conference|
|City||Arlington, VA, USA|
|Period||7/05/90 → 10/05/90|