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Through-the-wall Radar Imaging (TWRI) allows police, fire and rescue personnel, first responders, and defense forces to detect, identify, classify, and track the whereabouts of humans and moving objects. Electromagnetic waves are considered the most effective at achieving this objective, yet advances in this multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary technology require taking phenomenological issues into consideration and must be based on a solid understanding of the intricacies of EM wave interactions with interior and exterior objects and structures.Providing a broad overview of the myriad factors involved, namely size, weight, mobility, acquisition time, aperture distribution, power, bandwidth, standoff distance, and, most importantly, reliable performance and delivery of accurate information, Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging examines this technology from the algorithmic, modeling, experimentation, and system design perspectives. It begins with coverage of the electromagnetic properties of walls and building materials, and discusses techniques in the design of antenna elements and array configurations, beamforming concepts and issues, and the use of antenna array with collocated and distributed apertures.Detailed chapters discusses several suitable waveforms inverse scattering approaches and revolves around the relevance of physical-based model approaches in TWRI along with theoretical and experimental research in 3D building tomography using microwave remote sensing. high-frequency asymptotic modeling methods, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) techniques, impulse radars, airborne radar imaging of multi-floor buildings strategies for target detection, detection of concealed targets. The book concludes with a discussion of how the Doppler principle can be used to measure motion at a very fine level of detail.The book provides a deep understanding of the challenges of TWRI, stressing its multidisciplinary and phenomenological nature. The breadth and depth of topics covered presents a highly detailed treatment of this potentially life-saving technology.
Table of Contents
Wall Attenuation and Dispersion
Antenna Elements, Arrays, and Systems for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging
Beamforming for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging
Image and Localization of Behind-the-Wall Targets Using Collocated and Distributed Apertures
Conventional and Emerging Waveforms for Detection and Imaging of Targets behind Walls
Inverse Scattering Approaches in Through-the-Wall Imaging
Through-the-Wall Microwave Building Tomography
Analytical Ray Methods for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging
Synthetic Aperture Radar Techniques for Through-the-Wall Imaging
Impulse SAR and Its Application for Through-the-Wall Detection and Identification of People and Weapons
Through-the-Wall SAR for Characterization of Building Interior Structure Using Attributed Scattering Center Features
Detection Approaches in Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging
Detection of Concealed Targets in Through-the-Wall Imaging
Fast Acquisition and Compressive Sensing Techniques for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging
Radar Micro-Doppler Signatures for Characterization of Human Motion
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