FFT based algorithm to demodulate high frequency chirp signals

@article{Speer2016FFTBA,
  title={FFT based algorithm to demodulate high frequency chirp signals},
  author={Jeff Speer and Kiran George and Dylon Mutz},
  journal={2016 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-6}
}
This study presents an innovative algorithm to extract binary data from a high frequency linear chirp signal contained in wideband radar pulse signal. The algorithm is designed for chirp signals (bandwidth of 125 - 1375 MHz) with a maximum chirp rate of 750 MHz per 100 ns and a maximum chirp range equivalent to the signal bandwidth. Additionally a maximum bit length of 64 bits and a SNR range of -20dB - 20dB is used. These parameters are randomized and used to generate the chirp signal… CONTINUE READING
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