On the use of calibration sensors in source localization using TDOA and FDOA measurements
Space electronic reconnaissance : localization therories and methods
The methods, principles and technologies of different space electronic reconnaissance localization systems are introduced in this book, as are their performances, and the various methods are explained and analysed.
A new iterative algorithm for geolocating a known altitude target using TDOA and FDOA measurements in the presence of satellite location uncertainty
Coherent summation of multiple short-time signals for direct positioning of a wideband source based on delay and Doppler
An Improved Algebraic Solution for TDOA Localization With Sensor Position Errors
An improved version of the popular two-stage weighted least squares (TSWLS) algorithm for source localization using time difference of arrival (TDOA) measurements in the presence of sensor position errors is proposed.
Low-complexity methods for joint delay and Doppler estimation of unknown wideband signals
A joint time delay and Doppler shift estimation of unknown wideband signals is studied and the Cramer-Rao lower bound analysis for wideband cases is presented and the computational complexity of the proposed algorithms is analysed.
Joint Estimation of Time Delay, Doppler Velocity and Doppler Rate of Unknown Wideband Signals
A fast estimation algorithm based on the time-reverse transform and the second-order Keystone transform is proposed and results show that this algorithm could achieve comparable performance with the ML estimator with a much lower computational complexity.
A Linear-correction Least-squares Approach for Geolocation Using FDOA Measurements Only
Source localization using a moving receiver and noisy TOA measurements
Source localization and calibration using TDOA and FDOA measurements in the presence of sensor location uncertainty
A closed-form solution is proposed which takes a calibration emitter into account to reduce sensor location error and is shown analytically that under some mild approximations, this approach is able to reach the CRLB accuracy.