Direction Finding In The Presence of Array Imperfections, Model Mismatches and Multipath (2016)
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In direction finding (DF) applications, there are several factors affecting the estimation accuracy of the direction-of-arrivals (DOA) of unknown source locations. The major distortions in the estimation process are due to the array imperfections, model mismatches and multipath. The array imperfections usually exist in practical applications due to the nonidealities in the antenna array such as mutual coupling (MC) and gain/phase uncertainties. The model mismatches usually occur when the model of the received signal differs from the signal model used in the processing stage of the DF system. Another distortion is due to multipath signals. In the multipath scenario, the antenna array receives the transmitted signal from more than one path with different directions and ... toggle 10 keywordsdirection finding – direction-of-arrival estimation – mutual coupling – gain/phase mismatch – multipath – array calibration – MUSIC – compressed sensing – random array – arbitrary array structures
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