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 Conference Record of the Twenty-Fifth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems & Computers
This work deals with dsp procedures for pointing correction in adaptive arrays which use a spatial reference to form the optimum beam (GSLC). The problem of adequate pointing arises from many effects on the aperture and the receiver front-end of every array channel. Component aging, channel mismatching, sensor location, etc, promote steering errors that may produce the rejection of the desired signal. Currently, high complicated telemetry systems and monopulse radars are used for steeringdoi:10.1109/acssc.1991.186631 fatcat:rwidtxgtjzcy3n64df36azdm2a