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Control of peak sidelobe level in adaptive arrays
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
Abstruct-Adaptive beamforming techniques are now widely used to reject interference Uammerklutter) signals in radar, communication, and sonar applications. In adaptive arrays using the sample matrix inversion (SMI) algorithm, inadequate estimation of the covariance matrix results in adaptive antenna patterns with high sidelobes and distorted mainbeams. In this paper, a method is proposed to precisely control the peak (rather than average) sidelobe level of adapted array patterns. The proposeddoi:10.1109/8.537328 fatcat:7ghxwa6uyrbj7enhlvbh6basmy