In this paper we investigate the impact of the presence of an interfering radar on the target direction of arrival (DOA) estimation performed by the reference radar. The DOA estimator is a modified version of the pseudo-monopulse technique that, using adaptive waveform diversity in transmission, can mitigate the dependence of the estimation accuracy on the interfering signal. The importance of using proper coding in multi-user radar system is highlighted with reference to a simple scenario of two radars and the root-mean square error (RMSE) of the estimator is numerically evaluated in different operational conditions.

Adaptive waveform diversity for cross-channel interference mitigation

GRECO, MARIA;GINI, FULVIO;STINCO, PIETRO;VERRAZZANI, LUCIO
2008-01-01

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In this paper we investigate the impact of the presence of an interfering radar on the target direction of arrival (DOA) estimation performed by the reference radar. The DOA estimator is a modified version of the pseudo-monopulse technique that, using adaptive waveform diversity in transmission, can mitigate the dependence of the estimation accuracy on the interfering signal. The importance of using proper coding in multi-user radar system is highlighted with reference to a simple scenario of two radars and the root-mean square error (RMSE) of the estimator is numerically evaluated in different operational conditions.
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