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Modified MUSIC in the presence of random phase errors
  • G. Zunich
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
  • 27 April 1993
TLDR
The high resolution direction-finding technique Multiple Signal Classification (MUSIC) provides excellent direction-of-arrival (DOA) performance under ideal conditions. Expand
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A robust method in adaptive array processing for random phase errors
TLDR
Robust constraints have been developed that protect signal-to-noise performance of a desired signal in phase perturbed adaptive beamformers. Expand
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MUOS Point-to-Point power control
TLDR
The Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) is a geo-satellite communications system derived from the terrestrial cellular WCDMA air interface. Expand
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Assimilative model for ionospheric dynamics employing delay, Doppler, and direction of arrival measurements from multiple HF channels
We describe the development of new HF data assimilation capabilities for our ionospheric inversion algorithm called GPSII (GPS Ionospheric Inversion). Previously existing capabilities of thisExpand
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A Robust Method for Adaptive Array Processing
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Additional constraints in the maximum likelihood method to protect against element perturbation
  • G. Zunich
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of 27th Asilomar Conference on…
  • 1 November 1993
TLDR
The maximum likelihood method (MLM) provides high resolution direction-of-arrival (DOA) performance for an array of sensor elements. Expand
A ROBUST METHOD IN ADAPTIVE PROCESSING FOR RANDOM PHASE
Robust constraints have been developed that protect signal-to-noise performance of a desired signal in phase perturbed adaptive beamformers. Linearly constrained adaptive beamforming is powerful inExpand
Assimilative modeling of ionospheric dynamics for nowcasting of HF propagation channels in the presence of TIDs
The ionospheric data assimilation algorithm called GPS Ionospheric Inversion (GPSII; pronounced “gypsy”) [Fridman et al., 2006, 2012; McNamara et al., 2013] has been extended and employed to modelExpand
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