Radar Angle of Arrival System Design Optimization Using a Genetic Algorithm
AbstractAn approach for using a Genetic Algorithm (GA) to select radar design parameters related to beamforming and angle of arrival estimation is presented in this article. This was accomplished by first developing a simulator that could evaluate the localization performance with a given set of design parameters. The simulator output was utilized as part of the GA objective function that searched the solution space for an optimal set of design parameters. Using this approach, the authors were able to more than halve the mean squared error in degrees of the localization algorithm versus a radar design using human-selected design parameters. The results of this study indicate that this kind of approach can be used to aid in the development of an actual radar design. View Full-Text
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Egger, N.; Ball, J.E.; Rogers, J. Radar Angle of Arrival System Design Optimization Using a Genetic Algorithm. Electronics 2017, 6, 24.
Egger N, Ball JE, Rogers J. Radar Angle of Arrival System Design Optimization Using a Genetic Algorithm. Electronics. 2017; 6(1):24.Chicago/Turabian Style
Egger, Neilson; Ball, John E.; Rogers, John. 2017. "Radar Angle of Arrival System Design Optimization Using a Genetic Algorithm." Electronics 6, no. 1: 24.
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