Frequency-dependent target localization

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Frequency-dependent target localization. / Reich, Galen M.; Antoniou, Michail; Baker, Chris J.

International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017). Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2018.

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Reich, GM, Antoniou, M & Baker, CJ 2018, Frequency-dependent target localization. in International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017). Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2017 International Conference on Radar Systems, Radar 2017, Belfast, United Kingdom, 23/10/17. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2017.0375

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Reich, G. M., Antoniou, M., & Baker, C. J. (2018). Frequency-dependent target localization. In International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017) Institution of Engineering and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2017.0375

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Reich GM, Antoniou M, Baker CJ. Frequency-dependent target localization. In International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017). Institution of Engineering and Technology. 2018 https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2017.0375

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Reich, Galen M. ; Antoniou, Michail ; Baker, Chris J. / Frequency-dependent target localization. International Conference on Radar Systems (Radar 2017). Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2018.

Bibtex

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abstract = "This paper presents proof-of-concept theory and results of angular localization of a single target using frequency diversity within a radar system. This approach is inspired by echolocating species that use a wide acoustic bandwidth and frequency diversity in order to echolocate. By utilizing a substantial radar bandwidth the radiation patterns of the antennas vary significantly across the frequency band. These variations may be used to extract information about the angular location of a target. This paper focuses on the theoretical plausibility of this idea, and provides proof-of-concept experimental results to show that it is possible.",
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