Real-time moving object tracking using phase-difference compensation and nonuniform pulse transmission

Koichi Ichige, Nobuya Arakawa, Osamu Shibata
2016 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS)  
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more » ... hods often require time, amplitude, phase information and their derivatives for each receiver antenna; however, their location estimation accuracy does not become good even with many transmitting pulses. The presented method employs relative phasedifference information and a non-uniform pulse generation scheme, which can greatly reduce the number of transmitting pulses while preserving the tracking accuracy. Its performance is evaluated in comparison with that of conventional methods.
doi:10.1109/iscas.2016.7539137 dblp:conf/iscas/IchigeAS16 fatcat:giw4shb4qnazdin6724bhzmrd4