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—The paper derives a vectorial model for expressing transmitter and receiver trajectories for arbitrary transmitter and receiver motion (nonidentical velocity vectors) in a bistatic synthetic aperture radar constellation. The point target response is first modeled in the space–time domain and then transformed to the frequency domain by the method of(More)
—This paper presents a bistatic focusing solution for the general case, when transmitter and receiver trajectories move along nonparallel trajectories with different velocities. The approach in this paper is based on the point target reference spectrum for an arbitrary bistatic configuration, derived from our previous publications. Based on various(More)
—Due to the complementary nature of inertial navigation system (INS) and Wi-Fi positioning principles, an INS/Wi-Fi integrated system is expected to form a low-cost and continuous indoor navigation solution with better performance than using the standalone systems. In this paper, we explore the integration of Wi-Fi measurements with data from(More)
—Bistatic synthetic aperture radar (SAR) uses a separated transmitter and receiver flying on different platforms to achieve benefits like exploitation of additional information contained in the bistatic reflectivity of targets, reduced vulnerability for military applications, forward-looking SAR imaging, or increased radar cross section. Besides technical(More)