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# Joint Radar-Communication Waveform Design Based on Composite Modulation

@article{Quan2020JointRW,
title={Joint Radar-Communication Waveform Design Based on Composite Modulation},
author={Yuan Quan and Fulai Wang and Longfei Shi and Jiazhi Ma},
journal={ArXiv},
year={2020},
volume={abs/2006.16096}
}
• Published 29 June 2020
• Computer Science
• ArXiv
Joint radar-communication (JRC) waveform can be used for simultaneous radar detection and communication in the same frequency band. However, radar detection processing requires the prior knowledge of the waveform including the embedded information for matched filtering. To remove this requirement, we propose a unimodular JRC waveform based on composite modulation where the internal modulation embeds information by mapping the bit sequence to different orthogonal signals, and the external…

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