Method for compensating translational motion of rotationally symmetric target based on local symmetry cancellation

The micro-Doppler effect of moving targets may suffer from aliasing and Doppler migration due to the translational motion, which affects the application in real-time target identification. A new compensating method for the rotationally symmetric target is proposed and demonstrated. By utilizing the micro-Doppler symmetry cancellation effect, the method can accurately compensate the translation effect, meanwhile, it behaves well in noise restraint. Computer simulations verify the high accuracy and efficiency of this method.