A hybrid MIMO phased-array concept for arbitrary spatial beampattern synthesis
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar is a multiple aperture technology characterized by the ability to transmit diverse signals at each aperture. This is in contrast to traditional phased-array radar whereby a single signal is transmitted with a phase shift applied at each element to enable steering of the transmit beam. The hybrid MIMO phased-array radar (HMPAR) concept is an outgrowth of the monostatic MIMO construct, in which all sensors have the same view of the far-field target. In the HMPAR, the full transmit array is partitioned into sub-arrays which can be electronically steered in different directions and driven by separate transmit waveforms; furthermore the configuration of the array into sub-arrays can be changed. Here we explore the variety of transmit beampatterns that could be achieved using such a system. ©2009 IEEE.
2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings
A hybrid MIMO phased-array concept for arbitrary spatial beampattern synthesis.
2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings, 446-450.
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