Positive-definite Toeplitz completion in DOA estimation for nonuniform linear antenna arrays. I. Fully augmentable arrays

@article{Abramovich1998PositivedefiniteTC,
  title={Positive-definite Toeplitz completion in DOA estimation for nonuniform linear antenna arrays. I. Fully augmentable arrays},
  author={Yuri I. Abramovich and Douglas A. Gray and Alexei Gorokhov and Nicholas K. Spencer},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Signal Processing},
  year={1998},
  volume={46},
  pages={2458-2471}
}
This paper considers the problem of direction-of arrival (DOA) estimation for multiple uncorrelated plane waves incident on so-called "fully augmentable" sparse linear arrays. In situations where a decision is made on the number of existing signal sources (m) prior to the estimation stage, we investigate the conditions under which DOA estimation accuracy is effective (in the maximum-likelihood sense). In the case where m is less than the number of antenna sensors (M), a new approach called… CONTINUE READING

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