Report on Mobile Adaptive Array Processing Algorithms (Spiral bound)Tsunami Partners (author)
Spiral bound Published: 01/09/1995
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This is one of a series of reports on the application of adaptive antennas to the next generation of mobile commuications systems. This project "Technology in Smart Antennas from Universal Mobile Infrastructure" (TSUNAMI), funded under the European Commission's RACE Programme, is being undertaken by a consortium of seven European organizations led by ERA. This report contains the theoretical foundations of work developed to provide a set of algorithms and control strategies for the introduction of adaptive antennas into mobile communications systems (MCS). It provides the criteria for selecting specific signal processing scheme in a given MCS. After highlighting the importance of side information available at the basestation and a brief overview of the two different categories of beamformers, time-reference-based beamformers (TRB) and direction of arrival-based beamformers (DOAB), the report deals with the problem of estimating the direction of arrival of the signals. Classical and super-resolution methods are covered from an analytical and computational complexity point of view. The most relevant algorithms are reviewed, and computational algorithms are presented. Simulation schemes for the array geometry, mutual coupling between sensors, polarization and Rayleigh-Rician multichannels are considered. A scheme for the acquisition and tracking of DECT signal which allows acquisition and tracking of two users simultaneously using the same carrier frequency and time slot is described. Useful conclusions and references are also provided. Postage extra.
Publisher: ERA Technology Ltd
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
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