IEEE Transactions on Radar Systems focuses on advances in the study and development of radar systems for a wide range of applications. Articles on theoretical, application-oriented, and experimental studies with an emphasis on novelty in radar systems are considered. Within the particular context of radar, applications include detection, imaging, and tracking; weather monitoring; automotive; medical/biological; remote sensing; multifunction operation; advanced radar architectures and subsystems; spectrum sharing; passive sensing; bistatic/multistatic; signal processing; waveform diversity and MIMO; mm-wave/THz sensing; ultrawideband; over-the-horizon operation; automated/cognitive sensing; bio-inspired sensing; nonlinear modeling and effects; resource management; signatures, characterization, and identification; electronic warfare; machine learning and more.
Further details on topics within the T-RS scope can be found here.
Indicative of the broad set of disciplines involved with radar, the IEEE Transactions on Radar Systems is sponsored by the consortium of the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, the IEEE Microwave Theory and Technology Society, the IEEE Signal Processing Society, the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, the IEEE Sensors Council, the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, and the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.