QPSK Waveform for MIMO Radar with Spectrum Sharing Constraints

  title={QPSK Waveform for MIMO Radar with Spectrum Sharing Constraints},
  author={Awais Khawar and Ahmed Abdel-Hadi and T. Charles Clancy},
  journal={Physical Communication},
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) radar is a relatively new concept in the field of radar signal processing. Many novel MIMO radar waveforms have been developed by considering various performance metrics and constraints. In this paper, we show that finite alphabet constant-envelope (FACE) quadrature-pulse shift keying (QPSK) waveforms can be designed to realize a given covariance matrix by transforming a constrained nonlinear optimization problem into an unconstrained nonlinear optimization… CONTINUE READING
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