Waveform Diversity and Sensors as Robots in Advanced Military Systems

Waveform Diversity and Sensors as Robots in Advanced Military Systems

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Multistatic ambiguity function is a performance measure that may be used for selecting waveforms for neutralizing the distortion affects of some difficult bistatic triangles. Simulations and experiments should be performed to develop the necessary rules for choosing the proper waveforms for their potential use in a Sensors as Robots proof of concept demonstration of the work presented.

Inspec keywords: sensors; robots; military radar; radar signal processing

Other keywords: multistatic ambiguity function; sensor; robot; radar; waveform diversity; military system; bistatic triangle; signal processing

Subjects: Robotics; Military control systems; Signal processing and detection

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