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SNR ratio in radar for stationary targets

How SNR varies range of target? For a typical target and radar, by 1/(range ** 4) (see @GrapefruitisAwesome's answer). This is because in a typical radar, a target looks like a point, so there's a 1/(...
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SNR ratio in radar for stationary targets

Without a lot more specific description of the system and environment it's really not possible to provide a meaningful answer to the first two questions. To a 1st order, the signal to noise ratio (...
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Elevation angle or Azimuth angle?

I think I understand your question better now after talking in the comments. It seems you are "working in 3 dimensions", just restricting your sensor arrays to the x-y plane. That is, you're ...
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