Compressed sensing in MIMO radar

Compressed sensing in MIMO radar,10.1109/ACSSC.2008.5074356,Chun-Yang Chen,P. P. Vaidyanathan

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Compressed sensing is a technique for efficiently sampling signals which are sparse in some transform domain. Recently, the idea of compressed sensing has been used in the radar system. When the number of targets on the range-Doppler plane is small, the target scene can be reconstructed by employing the compressed sensing techniques. In this paper, we extend this idea to the MIMO radar. In the MIMO radar, the compressed sensing technique can be used to reconstruct the target scene when the signals are sparse in the range-Doppler-angle space. To effectively reconstruct the target scene, it is required that the correlation between the target responses be small. In this paper, a waveform design method is introduced to reduce the correlations between target responses. Because of the increased dimensionality in MIMO radars as compared to phased array radars, the impact of compressed sensing will be very significant there.
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