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Heterogeneously-Distributed Joint Radar Communications: Bayesian Resource Allocation

  title={Heterogeneously-Distributed Joint Radar Communications: Bayesian Resource Allocation},
  author={Linlong Wu and Kumar Vijay Mishra and Bhavani Shankar and Bj{\"o}rn E. Ottersten},
  • Linlong Wu, K. Mishra, +1 author B. Ottersten
  • Published 2021
  • Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
Due to spectrum scarcity, the coexistence of radar and wireless communication has gained substantial research interest recently. Among many scenarios, the heterogeneouslydistributed joint radar-communication system is promising due to its flexibility and compatibility of existing architectures. In this paper, we focus on a heterogeneous radar and communication network (HRCN), which consists of various generic radars for multiple target tracking (MTT) and wireless communications for multiple… Expand

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