Single-snapshot beamformer performance using large arrays with faulty sensors

@article{Kazanci2006SinglesnapshotBP,
  title={Single-snapshot beamformer performance using large arrays with faulty sensors},
  author={O. Kazanci and J. L. Krolik},
  journal={Fourth IEEE Workshop on Sensor Array and Multichannel Processing, 2006.},
  year={2006},
  pages={6-10}
}
Large sensor arrays are prone to element failures which can seriously degrade their performance. In the event of sensor failures, conventional non-adaptive re-design of array weights for the resulting non-uniform or even sparse array often leads to undesirable mainlobe-versus-sidelobe level trade-offs. Alternatively, adaptive array processing techniques can be employed but for large arrays it can be compromised by lack of snapshot support in dynamic environments. Recently, an approach called… CONTINUE READING
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