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Internet of Radars (IoR): Internet of RAdio Detectors And Rangers

  title={Internet of Radars (IoR): Internet of RAdio Detectors And Rangers},
  author={Ozgur B. Akan and Muharrem Arik},
  journal={arXiv: Signal Processing},
The Internet of Things (IoT) are interconnected devices for exchanging information through sensors and actuators. One of the main physical sensors to understand the environment beyond the visible world is a radar. Basically, radars have always been a military tool to be used to investigate the environment. However, with the developing technology, radars have become more compact and affordable to use in a building, in a car, in a drone or even in a wristwatch. In the near future, radar-equipped… 

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