Adaptive Array Concept

Adaptive Array Concept

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This book section discusses the following topics: signal environment; array element spacing; array perfomance; nulling limitations due to miscellaneous array effects; narrowband and broadband signal processing; and adaptive array performance measure-coverage improvement factor (CIF).

Chapter Contents:

  • 2.1 Signal Environment
  • 2.2 Array Element Spacing Considerations
  • 2.3 Array Performance
  • 2.4 Nulling Limitations Due to Miscellaneous Array Effects
  • 2.5 Narrowband and Broadband Signal Processing Considerations
  • 2.6 Adaptive Array Performance Measure - Coverage Improvement Factor (CIF)
  • 2.7 Summary and Conclusions
  • 2.8 Problems
  • 2.9 References

Inspec keywords: adaptive signal processing; array signal processing

Other keywords: signal environment; broadband signal processing; array element spacing; narrowband signal processing; miscellaneous array effects; nulling limitations; CIF; adaptive array concept; coverage improvement factor; adaptive array performance measure

Subjects: Signal processing theory; Signal processing and detection

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