Automatic through the wall detection of moving targets using low-frequency ultra-wideband radar

@article{Martone2010AutomaticTT,
  title={Automatic through the wall detection of moving targets using low-frequency ultra-wideband radar},
  author={Anthony F. Martone and Kenneth I. Ranney and Roberto Innocenti},
  journal={2010 IEEE Radar Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={39-43}
}
This paper presents a time-domain, Moving Target Indication (MTI) processing formulation for detecting slow-moving personnel behind walls. The proposed time-domain MTI processing formulation consists of change detection and automatic target recognition algorithms. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the MTI processing formulation using data collected by an impulse-based, low-frequency, ultra-wideband radar. In this paper, we describe our radar system and algorithms used for the automatic… CONTINUE READING
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