He outlines the basics of Fourier analysis, radar fundamentals, and synthetic aperture radar; basic ISAR concepts; procedures for conventional ISAR imaging; imaging techniques and fine-tuning procedures such as zero-padding and windowing that enhance image quality; ISAR waveforms and receivers, quadrature detection, Doppler shift phenomena, and range-Doppler ISAR imaging algorithms; scattering center representation of ISAR, including algorithms to reconstruct high-fidelity images and field data from the scattering centers; applications of ISAR to solve engineering problems such as antenna scattering and coupling; and motion compensation techniques, including the cross-correlation method, minimum entropy method, and joint-time, frequency-based motion compensation.
What does MOCO stand for?
MOCO stands for Motion Compensation
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of MOCO
- Merseyside Open College Network (UK)
- Metal-Organic Coordination Network (chemistry)
- Multi-Operator Core Network (Mobile Telecommunications)
- Metropolitan Owners Club of North America
- Multiple Opening Closing Net Environmental Sensing System (plankton sampling gear)
- Modern & Contemporary (Arts)
- Modern Cornish (linguistics)
- Mondo Corretto (Italian: World Fair; photography resource)
- Monitoring Committee for Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation in RTD (EU)
- Montgomery County
- Mozilla Corporation (Mozilla Foundation)
- Mobile Oil Change Operators Group (forum)
- Mobile Collaborations for Hospital-Based Health Care (International Workshop)
- Measure of Consumption Object Meaning (Kleine and Kernan)
- Mobile Communication
- Mobility Command (US Army; predecesor to TACOM, 1962-1967)
- Multi Objective Complex Evolution Algorithm
- Mutual Aid and Operations Common Channel
- Committee on International Monetary Law
- Motion Compensation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The second patent, "Electro Optical Imaging Detector Array with Two Axis Image Motion Compensation", describes a method for achieving bi-directional, on-chip compensation- an on-chip, electronic, graded image motion compensation technology that eliminates the image blur caused by airborne platform motion in all three axes: roll, pitch and yaw.
The VIDEO IMMERSION adaptive de-interlacing engine advances ATI's historic leadership in digital video and provides features like hardware motion compensation and iDCT.
The RAGE 128 PRO provides 32-bit true color quality, and offers the industry's only integrated iDCT and motion compensation solution, permitting DVD decode to be accomplished with an absolute minimum of CPU usage.