The use of FMCW radar for the detection of hidden objects at short distances is described. The factors which influence the type of radar and the optimum parameters for FMCW radar are discussed.
The letter describes new work on the use of shape information from the target returns obtained from an FMCW radar used to detect hidden objects. The ultimate aim is to be able to identify, rather than just detect, hidden objects.
The ultimate aim is to be able to identify, rather than just detect, hidden objects. Although the research work described is in a very early stage the technique can be …
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Distinguishing between types of hidden objects using an FMCW radar. Electron. Lett. , 824 – 825 5) Special issue on spectral estimation. Proc.
• Basics of FMCW radar operation • Using the radar to measure range of multiple objects in front of the radar • Concept of IF signal and IF bandwidth • Range Resolution 2 INTRODUCTION TO MMWAVE SENSING: FMCW RADARS Module 1 : Range Estimation
Using non-Fourier techniques in signal processing for AN FMCW hidden-object detection radar Abstract: The letter describes the application of non-Fourier methods of moving between the time and frequency domains in the signal processing associated with an FMCW radar used for detecting hidden objects.
FM-CW radar (Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave radar = FMCW radar) is a special type of radar sensor which radiates continuous transmission power like a simple continuous wave radar (CW-Radar).
Using a complex-baseband architecture in FMCW radar systems 2 May 2017 Abstract This white paper explains the advantages of a complex-baseband architecture in frequency-modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar systems. Typical radar front-end implementations use a real mixer with a real baseband and analog-to digital converter (ADC) chain.
PhDThis thesis deals with the detection of hidden objects using a short-range\ud frequency-modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar. The detection is carried out\ud by examining the estimated Power Spectral Density (PSD) functions of sampled\ud returns, the peaks of which theoretically correspond to