DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/ICATT.2011.6170713

Thirty years experience in development of adaptive lattice filters theory, techniques and testing in Kharkiv

David I. Lekhovytskiy

Abstract


Common elements of different problems on space-time adaptive processing of Gaussian signal and a place of adaptive lattice filters (ALF) in their solution are discussed. Discussed are the ALF advantages in comparison with other analogous purpose filters; results of their modeling, scaled-down and scaled testing in adaptive systems of clutter protection and meteorological formation spectrum estimation in operating radars; peculiarities of practical realization on the basis of modern digital elemental base.

Keywords


whitening filter; inverse filter; generalized Levinson’s factorization; adaptive lattice filter; interference protection

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