This paper focuses on a Symbiotic Radar, that is a Passive Radar which is an integral part of a communication network. The Symbiotic Radar exploits the signals of opportunity emitted by the Base Station (BS) and the Customer Premise Equipments (CPE) of an IEEE 802.22 WRAN. The radar is linked to the BS and suggests the best CPEs that must be scheduled to transmit. This selection is performed by a cognitive passive tracking algorithm that exploits the feedback information contained in the target state prediction to improve the tracking performance. The proposed algorithm has been designed with the consideration that the communication capabilities of the whole network must be preserved.

Cognitive tracking in IEEE 802.22 symbiotic radars

STINCO, PIETRO;GRECO, MARIA;GINI, FULVIO;
2016-01-01

Abstract

This paper focuses on a Symbiotic Radar, that is a Passive Radar which is an integral part of a communication network. The Symbiotic Radar exploits the signals of opportunity emitted by the Base Station (BS) and the Customer Premise Equipments (CPE) of an IEEE 802.22 WRAN. The radar is linked to the BS and suggests the best CPEs that must be scheduled to transmit. This selection is performed by a cognitive passive tracking algorithm that exploits the feedback information contained in the target state prediction to improve the tracking performance. The proposed algorithm has been designed with the consideration that the communication capabilities of the whole network must be preserved.
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