Radar network communication

P van Genderen, H Nikookar

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    Technology of wireless communication has advanced rapidly over the last few years. Much technology developed for this domain of application can be applied to data throughput if the radar signal is coded like a telecommunication message. The message content can for instance consist of the reports on the detected targets. Three types of networking are analysed, based on a network with six identical rdars. From this analysis it is learned that each radar can transfer an "interesting" number of target reports. Since the dimensions of the radar were chosen rather arbitrarily, much room is ope to tailor the specifics of the networked system. Radar-spefic issues like the ambiguity function and the observability of the Doppler shift have not been adressed.
    Original languageUndefined/Unknown
    Title of host publicationCommunications 2006: the 6th international conference
    EditorsAdelaida Mateescu, Mihai Radu, Alexandru Serbanescu, Victor Croitoru
    Place of PublicationBoekarest
    PublisherEditura Printech (S.C. Andor Tipo S.R.L.)
    Number of pages4
    ISBN (Print)(10)9737184793
    Publication statusPublished - 2006
    EventCommunications 2006: the 6th international conference - Boekarest, Bucharest
    Duration: 8 Jun 200610 Jun 2006

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    PublisherEditura Printech (S.C. Andor Tipo S.R.L.)


    ConferenceCommunications 2006: the 6th international conference


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    • Conf.proc. > 3 pag

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