Meyer & Mayer Probability of Detection Calculator 1.0
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Description: MEYERFUN Calculates Pd for non-coherent pulse integration. It uses the equations in the appendix of "Radar Target Detection-Handbook of Theory and Practice" by Daniel P. Meyer and Herbert A. Mayer to calculate the threshold and probability of detection for the five standard Swerling cases. Meyerfun.m is the basic function that calls pfa.m. Meyer.m is a GUI version which also calls pfa.m.
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