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A new quad-quaternion model is herein established for an electromagnetic vector-sensor array, under which a multidimensional algebra-based direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation algorithm, termed as quad-quaternion MUSIC (QQ-MUSIC), is proposed. This method provides DOA estimation (decoupled from polarization) by exploiting the orthogonality of the newly(More)
—A new adaptive beamforming scheme via NOncircular-ity-Rate Maximization (NORM) is presented for blind recovery of a narrowband signal with nonzero noncircularity degree (such as AM, ASK and BPSK signals). By maximizing the noncircularity rate of the output signal, this new second-order blind beamformer can directly extract the signal of interest from(More)
Direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation based on the array of three-component electromagnetic vector-sensors is considered within a biquaternion framework. A relationship is established between the biquaternion covariance and the combination of both complex covariance and cross-product. By exploiting this relationship, the DOA estimates can finally be(More)
The closed-form conjugate multiple-invariance ESPRIT (CMI-ESPRIT) algorithm herein analyzed: (1) makes use of redundancy in the nonvanishing conjugated second-and fourth-order cumulants of noncircular signals; (2) recognizes the real-valued two-dimensional directivity inherently achieved by an acoustic vector-sensor in a free-space. It is provided in this(More)
The main motivation of using an acoustic vector-sensor in direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation applications has been its un-ambiguous two-dimensional directivity, insensitivity to the range of sources, and independence of signal frequency. The main objection lies in its lack of geometry-redundancy and limited degree of freedom. Four thus emerged(More)
Herein derived are the lower and upper bounds for the number of linearly independent (2Q)th-order virtual steering vectors of an array of electromagnetic vector-sensors, with Q being any positive integer over one. These bounds help determine the number of non-Gaussian signals whose directions-of-arrival (DOAs) can be uniquely identified from (2Q)th-order(More)
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The problem of direction of arrival (DOA) estimation with a crossed-dipole array is addressed within the quaternionic framework, and a new ESPRIT variant, termed as quaternion-ESPRIT (Q-ESPRIT), is proposed. The proposed algorithm arranges the recorded signals into a quarternion model, and estimates the signal subspace of an array of translational(More)