Synthetic aperture source localization
The detection and localization of sources of electromagnetic (EM) radiation has many applications in both civilian and defense communities. The goal of source localization is to identify the geographic position of an emitter of some radiation from measurements of the elds that the source produces. Although the problem has been studied intensively for many decades much work remains to be done. Many state-of-the-art methods require large numbers of sensors and perform poorly or require additional sensors when target emitters transmit highly correlated waveforms. Some methods also require a ...
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