|Author||: T. Engin Tuncer,Benjamin Friedlander|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2009-07-10|
|ISBN 10||: 0080923070|
|Pages||: 456 pages|
Classical and Modern Direction of Arrival Estimation contains both theory and practice of direction finding by the leading researchers in the field. This unique blend of techniques used in commercial DF systems and state-of-the art super-resolution methods is a valuable source of information for both practicing engineers and researchers. Key topics covered are: Classical methods of direction finding Practical DF methods used in commercial systems Calibration in antenna arrays Array mapping, fast algorithms and wideband processing Spatial time-frequency distributions for DOA estimation DOA estimation in threshold region Higher order statistics for DOA estimation Localization in sensor networks and direct position estimation Brings together in one book classical and modern DOA techniques, showing the connections between them Contains contributions from the leading people in the field Gives a concise and easy- to- read introduction to the classical techniques Evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of key super-resolution techniques Includes applications to sensor networks
|Author||: Jeffrey Foutz,Andreas Spanias,Mahesh K. Banavar|
|Publisher||: Morgan & Claypool Publishers|
|Release Date||: 2008|
|ISBN 10||: 1598296507|
|Pages||: 75 pages|
This book provides an introduction to narrowband array signal processing, classical and subspace-based direction of arrival (DOA) estimation with an extensive discussion on adaptive direction of arrival algorithms. The book begins with a presentation of the basic theory, equations, and data models of narrowband arrays. It then discusses basic beamforming methods and describes how they relate to DOA estimation. Several of the most common classical and subspace-based direction of arrival methods are discussed. The book concludes with an introduction to subspace tracking and shows how subspace tracking algorithms can be used to form an adaptive DOA estimator. Simulation software and additional bibliography are given at the end of the book.
This third volume, edited and authored by world leading experts, gives a review of the principles, methods and techniques of important and emerging research topics and technologies in array and statistical signal processing. With this reference source you will: Quickly grasp a new area of research Understand the underlying principles of a topic and its application Ascertain how a topic relates to other areas and learn of the research issues yet to be resolved Quick tutorial reviews of important and emerging topics of research in array and statistical signal processing Presents core principles and shows their application Reference content on core principles, technologies, algorithms and applications Comprehensive references to journal articles and other literature on which to build further, more specific and detailed knowledge Edited by leading people in the field who, through their reputation, have been able to commission experts to write on a particular topic
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th EAI International Conference on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems, INISCOM 2018, held in Da Nang, Vietnam, in August 2018. The 26 full papers were selected from 38 submissions and are organized thematically in tracks: Telecommunications Systems and Networks; Industrial Networks and Applications; Hardware and Software Design and Development; Information Processing and Data Analysis; Signal Processing; Security and Privacy.
Direction-of-Arrival (DOA) estimation concerns the estimation of direction finding signals in the form of electromagnetic or acoustic waves, impinging on a sensor or antenna array. DOA estimation is used for locating and tracking signal sources in both civilian and military applications. This authoritative volume provides an overview and performance analysis of the basic DOA algorithms, including comparisons between the various types.The book offers you a detailed understanding of the arrays pertinent to DOA finding, and presents a detailed illustration of the ESPRIT-based DOA algorithms complete with their performance assessments. From antennas and array receiving systems, to advanced topics on DOA estimation, this book serves as a one-stop resource for professionals and students. Nearly 100 illustrations and more than 281 equations support key topics throughout.
|Author||: Khaled Elleithy,Tarek Sobh|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2012-08-28|
|ISBN 10||: 1461435358|
|Pages||: 1238 pages|
Innovations and Advances in Computer, Information, Systems Sciences, and Engineering includes the proceedings of the International Joint Conferences on Computer, Information, and Systems Sciences, and Engineering (CISSE 2011). The contents of this book are a set of rigorously reviewed, world-class manuscripts addressing and detailing state-of-the-art research projects in the areas of Industrial Electronics, Technology and Automation, Telecommunications and Networking, Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering, Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning.
This book aims at describing the wide variety of new technologiesand concepts of non-standard antenna systems –reconfigurable, integrated, terahertz, deformable, ultra-wideband,using metamaterials, or MEMS, etc, and how they open the wayto a wide range of applications, from personal security andcommunications to multifunction radars and towed sonars, orsatellite navigation systems, with space-time diversity on transmitand receive. A reference book for designers in this livelyscientific community linking antenna experts and signal processingengineers.
Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students, Second Edition, provides an introduction to the basic concepts of space mechanics. These include vector kinematics in three dimensions; Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation; relative motion; the vector-based solution of the classical two-body problem; derivation of Kepler’s equations; orbits in three dimensions; preliminary orbit determination; and orbital maneuvers. The book also covers relative motion and the two-impulse rendezvous problem; interplanetary mission design using patched conics; rigid-body dynamics used to characterize the attitude of a space vehicle; satellite attitude dynamics; and the characteristics and design of multi-stage launch vehicles. Each chapter begins with an outline of key concepts and concludes with problems that are based on the material covered. This text is written for undergraduates who are studying orbital mechanics for the first time and have completed courses in physics, dynamics, and mathematics, including differential equations and applied linear algebra. Graduate students, researchers, and experienced practitioners will also find useful review materials in the book. NEW: Reorganized and improved discusions of coordinate systems, new discussion on perturbations and quarternions NEW: Increased coverage of attitude dynamics, including new Matlab algorithms and examples in chapter 10 New examples and homework problems
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. A comprehensive introduction to the mathematical principles and algorithms in statistical signal processing and modern neural networks. This text is an expanded version of a graduate course on advanced signal processing at the Johns Hopkins University Whiting school program for professionals with students from electrical engineering, physics, computer and data science, and mathematics backgrounds. It covers the theory underlying applications in statistical signal processing including spectral estimation, linear prediction, adaptive filters, and optimal processing of uniform spatial arrays. Unique among books on the subject, it also includes a comprehensive introduction to modern neural networks with examples in time series and image classification. Coverage includes: Mathematical structures of signal spaces and matrix factorizations linear time-invariant systems and transforms Least squares filters Random variables, estimation theory, and random processes Spectral estimation and autoregressive signal models linear prediction and adaptive filters Optimal processing of linear arrays Neural networks
A comprehensive and rigorous introduction for graduate students and researchers, with applications in sequential decision-making problems.
|Author||: Nicholas O'Donoughue|
|Publisher||: Artech House|
|Release Date||: 2019-10-31|
|ISBN 10||: 1630815667|
|Pages||: 348 pages|
This comprehensive resource provides theoretical formulation for detecting and geolocating non-cooperative emitters. Implementation of geolocation algorithms are discussed, as well as performance prediction of a hypothetical passive location system for systems analysis or vulnerability calculation. Comparison of novel direction finding and geolocation algorithms to classical forms are also included. Rooted in statistical signal processing and array processing theory, this book also provides an overview of the application of novel detection and estimation algorithms to real world problems in EW. The book is divided into three parts: detection, angle of arrival estimation, and geolocation. Each section begins with an introductory chapter covering the relevant signal processing theory (either detection or estimation), then provides a series of chapters covering specific methods to achieve the desired end-product. MATLAB® code is provided to assist readers with relevant probability and statistics, RF propagation, atmospheric absorption, and noise, giving readers an understanding of the implementation of the algorithms in the book, as well as developing new approaches to solving problems. Packed with problem sets and examples, this book strikes a balance between introductory texts and reference manuals, making it useful for novice as well as advanced practitioners.