The main fundamental theoretical principles of moving-target indication radar are delivered well in Ref. . The performance of the moving-target indication radar can be greatly improved due primarily to four advantages:
Increased stability of radar subsystems such as transmitters, oscillators, and receivers
Increased dynamic range of receivers and analog-to-digital converters
Faster and more powerful digital signal processing
Better awareness of the limitations, and therefore requisite solutions, of the adapting moving-target indication radar systems to the environment
These four advantages can make it practical to use sophisticated techniques ...