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Waveform-Space-Time Adaptive Processing for Distributed Aperture Radars
 

Summary: Waveform-Space-Time Adaptive Processing for
Distributed Aperture Radars
Raviraj S. Adve, Dept. of Elec. and Comp. Eng., University of Toronto
Richard A. Schneible, Stiefvater Consultants, Marcy, NY
Gerard Genello, Sensors Directorate, Signal Processing Branch, US Air Force Research Laboratory
Paul Antonik, Sensors Directorate, Signal Processing Branch, US Air Force Research Laboratory,
Key Words: Distributed apertures, Waveform Diversity
ABSTRACT
This paper presents the preliminary development of adaptive
signal processing for distributed, waveform diverse, antenna ar-
rays. The long term goal is to develop practical waveform-time-
space adaptive processing algorithms for distributed apertures.
A crucial issue identified in previous works is that, in prac-
tice, the target and interfering sources are not in the far-field
of the antenna array. Recent work by the authors develops the
model required to generate simulated data. This paper extends
this work, focusing on using the model to formulate adaptive
signal processing algorithms specifically for waveform diverse
distributed apertures.
I. INTRODUCTION

  

Source: Adve, Raviraj - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto

 

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