A Contribution to Efficient Direction Finding using Antenna Arrays (2017)
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It is save to say that there is no such thing as the direction finding (DF) algorithm. Rather, there are algorithms that are tuned to resolve hundreds of paths, algorithms that are designed for uniform linear arrays or uniform circular arrays, and algorithms that strive for efficiency. The doctoral thesis at hand deals with the latter type of algorithms. However, the approach taken does not only incorporate the actual DF algorithm but approaches the problem from different perspectives. The first perspective concerns the description of the array manifold. Current interpolation schemes have no notion of polarization. Hence, the array manifold interpolation is performed separately for each state of polarization. In this thesis, we adopted the ... toggle 6 keywordsdirection finding – polarization – cramér-rao bound – array manifold – interpolation – quaternion
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