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Examensarbete DOA estimation based on MUSIC algorithm

  title={Examensarbete DOA estimation based on MUSIC algorithm},
  author={F. H. Tang and Sven Nordebo},
DOA estimation plays an important role in array signal processing, and has a wide range of application. In this thesis, I will describe what DOA (Direction of arrival) estimation is, and give a mathematical model of DOA estimation. Then estimate DOA based on the MUSIC algorithm, and also give some simulations with MATLAB to simulate what factors can affect the accuracy and resolution of DOA estimation when using the MUSIC algorithm. Abstract Array signal processing is an important branch in the… 

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