Analysis of the "delay and comparison circuit" for radar receivers in the presence of interference.

by Michael B. Marcus

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An analysis of a method of reducing the heavy interference on a detection radar scope caused by energy radiated by neighboring radars with similar pulse-repetition periods. A threshold is placed at the receiver of the detection radar for each range element, followed by a delay and comparison circuit. If more than two interfering radars are present, only partial reduction of interference is achieved.

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