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Joint Range and Doppler Adaptive Processing for CBM based DFRC systems

  title={Joint Range and Doppler Adaptive Processing for CBM based DFRC systems},
  author={Jifa Zhang},
Recently, dual-function radar communication (DFRC) systems have been proposed to integrate radar and communication into one platform for spectrum sharing. Various signalling strategies have been proposed to embed communication information into the radar transmitted waveforms. Among these, complex beampattern modulation (CBM) embeds communication information into the complex transmit beampattens via changing the amplitude and phase of the beampatterns towards the communication receiver. The… Expand

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