Evaluation of the Performance of the Distributed Phased-MIMO Sonar
AbstractA broadband signal model is proposed for a distributed multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) sonar system consisting of two transmitters and a receiving linear array. Transmitters are widely separated to illuminate the different aspects of an extended target of interest. The beamforming technique is utilized at the reception ends for enhancement of weak target echoes. A MIMO detector is designed with the estimated target position parameters within the general likelihood rate test (GLRT) framework. For the high signal-to-noise ratio case, the detection performance of the MIMO system is better than that of the phased-array system in the numerical simulations and the tank experiments. The robustness of the distributed phased-MIMO sonar system is further demonstrated in localization of a target in at-lake experiments. View Full-Text
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Pan, X.; Jiang, J.; Wang, N. Evaluation of the Performance of the Distributed Phased-MIMO Sonar. Sensors 2017, 17, 133.
Pan X, Jiang J, Wang N. Evaluation of the Performance of the Distributed Phased-MIMO Sonar. Sensors. 2017; 17(1):133.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pan, Xiang; Jiang, Jingning; Wang, Nan. 2017. "Evaluation of the Performance of the Distributed Phased-MIMO Sonar." Sensors 17, no. 1: 133.
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