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SIGNAL SYNTHESIS AND MIMO RADAR DETECTORS DESIGN: MORE ANTENNAS MEANS BETTER PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{Sinha2010SIGNALSA,
  title={SIGNAL SYNTHESIS AND MIMO RADAR DETECTORS DESIGN: MORE ANTENNAS MEANS BETTER PERFORMANCE},
  author={Nirmalendu Bikas Sinha and P. K. Sutradhar},
  year={2010}
}
The MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) systems have gained popularity and attracted attention of late for their ability to enhance all areas of system performance. Inspired by the success of MIMO systems in communications, several publications have advocated the concept of new MIMO emerging active sensing radar technology from the system implementation point of view, as well as for signal processing techniques for target detection and parameter estimation. Reaping the full benefit of the… 
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