Use Simulink® to suppress clutter and jammer interference from the received pulses of a monostatic radar. It illustrates how to model clutter and jammer interference as well as how to use the
Apply conventional and adaptive beamforming in Simulink® to a narrowband signal received by an antenna array. The signal model includes noise and interference. This example is based on the
Beamform signals received by an array of microphones to extract a desired speech signal in a noisy environment. This Simulink® example is based on the MATLAB® example
Simulate a wideband radar system. A radar system is typically considered to be wideband when its bandwidth exceeds 5% of the system's center frequency. For this example, a bandwidth of 10%
Simulates a bistatic radar system with two targets. The transmitter and the receiver of a bistatic radar are not co-located and move along different paths.
Model frequency agility techniques to counter the effects of interference in radar, communications, and EW systems. Using Simulink, a scenario is created with a ground based radar and an
In a radar system, the RF front end often plays an important role in defining the system performance. For example, because the RF front end is the first section in the receiver chain, the design
In radar operation, it is often necessary to adjust the operation mode based on the target return. This example shows how to model a radar that changes its pulse repetition frequency (PRF)