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Wang, J. (author), Li, Runlong (author), Zhang, Xinqi (author), He, Yuan (author)
As one of the crucial sensors for environment sensing, frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radars are widely used in modern vehicles for driving assistance/autonomous driving. However, the limited frequency bandwidth and the increasing number of equipped radar sensors would inevitably cause mutual interference, degrading target...
journal article 2024
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Gao, Z. (author)
Reducing power consumption is becoming increasingly important for the sustainability of the communication industry because it is expected to consume a significant portion of the global electricity in the face of the exponentially increasing demands on the volume and rate of data transmission. As the scope narrows to the individual wireless...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Kumbul, U. (author)
Autonomous driving is a new emerging technology that will enhance traffic safety. Automotive radars are essential to attaining autonomous driving since they can function in adverse weather conditions and are used for detection, tracking, and classification in traffic settings. However, the dramatic growth in the number of radar sensors used for...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Wang, J. (author), Ding, Ming (author), Yarovoy, Alexander (author)
In this paper, the interference mitigation for Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar system with a dechirping receiver is investigated. After dechirping operation, the scattered signals from targets result in beat signals, i.e., the sum of complex exponentials while the interferences lead to chirp-like short pulses. Taking...
journal article 2022
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Wang, J. (author)
In this paper, constant false alarm rate (CFAR) detector-based approaches are proposed for interference mitigation of Frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radars. The proposed methods exploit the fact that after dechirping and low-pass filtering operations the targets' beat signals of FMCW radars are composed of exponential sinusoidal...
journal article 2022
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Wang, J. (author), Li, Runlong (author), He, Yuan (author), Yang, Yang (author)
In this article, the interference mitigation (IM) problem is tackled as a regression problem. A prior-guided deep learning (DL)-based IM approach is proposed for frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radars. Considering the complex-valued nature of radar signals, a complex-valued convolutional neural network, which is different from the...
journal article 2022
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Buenaventura Camps, Marta (author)
New generations of mobile communications are much more demanding in order to provide critical real-time services and extremely fast connections that have become feasible with 5G. A wider spectrum is needed to achieve such high data rates and millimeter-wave frequencies are used for this purpose. Adaptive beamforming is applied at base stations...
master thesis 2021
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Wang, J. (author), Ding, M. (author), Yarovoy, Alexander (author)
A novel matrix-pencil (MP)-based interference mitigation approach for frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radars is proposed in this article. The interference-contaminated segment of the beat signal is first cut out, and then, the signal samples in the cutout region are reconstructed by modeling the beat signal as a sum of complex...
journal article 2021
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Uysal, Faruk (author)
A frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar takes advantage of stretch processing (dechirping, deramping) to reduce the sampling requirements of radar systems such as automotive radars. When applying phase coding into FMCW radar systems for interference mitigation or joint communication, preservation of this benefit is not possible, due...
journal article 2020
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Ding, Min (author)
With the increase in the number of radar systems/radio applications, FMCW radars currently face various interference problems which lead to wider noise band, rise in noise floor level and masking of weak targets. This thesis aims to eliminate different types of interference for FMCW radars.<br/>In this thesis, we propose a interference...
master thesis 2019
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Neemat, S.A.M. (author), Krasnov, O.A. (author), Yarovoy, Alexander (author)
A frequency-modulated continuous-wave (FMCW) radar interference mitigation technique using the interpolation of beat frequencies in the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) domain, phase matching, and reconfigurable linear prediction coefficients estimation for Coherent Processing Interval processing is proposed. The technique is noniterative and...
journal article 2019
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Uysal, Faruk (author)
This paper considers the interference mitigation problem for radar systems by focusing on emerging signal separation (decomposition) methods. We define appropriate transform domains to sparsely represent the interference and the signal of interest to separate them from each other. To show the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm at actual...
journal article 2018
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Sridharan, V. (author)
Non-coherent on-off keying (OOK) receivers are preferred in ultra low power (ULP) wireless devices as they consume less power when compared to receivers based on other modulation schemes. However, these devices are highly susceptible to co-channel interference (CCI). Therefore, interference cancellation (IC) techniques for ULP non-coherent OOK...
master thesis 2012
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Cetin, H. (author)
The demand for wireless services and the need for high data-rates are growing rapidly. Future generation networks are expected to provide high data-rates in the order of 1Gbps in local area and 100Mbps in wide area. It is a challenge for operators to meet this rising demand for high data-rates as the radio-spectrum is an expensive and scarce...
master thesis 2012
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Boonstra, A.J. (author), Van der Tol, S. (author)
The Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) is a radio telescope currently being designed. Its targeted observational frequency window lies in the range of 10–250 MHz. In frequency bands in which there is interference, the sensitivity of LOFAR can be enhanced by interference mitigation techniques. In this paper we demonstrate spatial filtering capabilities...
journal article 2005
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Boonstra, A.J. (author)
The next generation of radio telescopes is expected to be one to two orders of magnitude more sensitive than the current generation. Examples of such new telescopes are the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), currently under construction in the Netherlands, and the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), currently in a concept study phase. Another trend is that...
doctoral thesis 2005
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