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|MIMO noise radar - matched filters and coarrays
|Proceedings of RadarCon 2008, 2008: pp.1869-1874
|IEEE Radar Conference
|IEEE Radar Conference (2008 : Italy)
|Douglas A Gray, Amerigo Capria
|The noise radar concept can be extended to an array of K transmit antenna and M receive antenna. When independent noise sources are transmitted from each antenna the approach may be viewed as a special case of MIMO radar and matched filters may be derived. In this contribution statistical properties of matched filters for MIMO noise radar are derived. For any array the concepts of the sum and difference coarrays are useful and important tools for understanding an arraypsilas beamforming properties particularly for sparse arrays. Element space matched filters are shown to be related to the concept of the sum coarray and some examples of the advantages of this for sparse transmit/receive array geometry are provided. A variation of this result for beam space matched filters is also presented.
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