Computationally Efficient 2D DOA Estimation with Uniform Rectangular Array in Low-Grazing Angle
AbstractIn this paper, we propose a computationally efficient spatial differencing matrix set (SDMS) method for two-dimensional direction of arrival (2D DOA) estimation with uniform rectangular arrays (URAs) in a low-grazing angle (LGA) condition. By rearranging the auto-correlation and cross-correlation matrices in turn among different subarrays, the SDMS method can estimate the two parameters independently with one-dimensional (1D) subspace-based estimation techniques, where we only perform difference for auto-correlation matrices and the cross-correlation matrices are kept completely. Then, the pair-matching of two parameters is achieved by extracting the diagonal elements of URA. Thus, the proposed method can decrease the computational complexity, suppress the effect of additive noise and also have little information loss. Simulation results show that, in LGA, compared to other methods, the proposed methods can achieve performance improvement in the white or colored noise conditions. View Full-Text
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Shi, J.; Hu, G.; Zhang, X.; Sun, F.; Xiao, Y. Computationally Efficient 2D DOA Estimation with Uniform Rectangular Array in Low-Grazing Angle. Sensors 2017, 17, 470.
Shi J, Hu G, Zhang X, Sun F, Xiao Y. Computationally Efficient 2D DOA Estimation with Uniform Rectangular Array in Low-Grazing Angle. Sensors. 2017; 17(3):470.Chicago/Turabian Style
Shi, Junpeng; Hu, Guoping; Zhang, Xiaofei; Sun, Fenggang; Xiao, Yu. 2017. "Computationally Efficient 2D DOA Estimation with Uniform Rectangular Array in Low-Grazing Angle." Sensors 17, no. 3: 470.
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